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How much does mediation cost?

Mediation is a cost-effective way of reaching agreements after separation. It is much less expensive than going to court. It helps to avoid costly legal proceedings and save valuable time. 

 

Legal Aid 

 

If you are assessed as being eligible for legally aided mediation, the costs of the mediation will be fully met by the Legal Aid Agency. Your assessment meeting (MIAM) and all mediation sessions will be free for you. The Legal Aid Agency will also cover the cost of one meeting with a solicitor for you. 

Additionally, the assessment meeting (MIAM) and the first mediation session will be free for your partner or former partner, even if he or she is ineligible for legal aid.

Your mediator will explain which documents you will need to bring with you to the initial meeting and guide you through the legal aid assessment.

You can provisionally check whether you can get legal aid here.


 

Form A/C100

Mediation is not always suitable. If your mediator determines that it is not appropriate in your circumstances, or if one or both of you decide not to use mediation, your mediator  can sign your court application forms A and C100.

The Open Financial Statement


An Open Financial Statement is a financial summary that documents your financial disclosure. It is drafted by your mediator at the start of the financial mediation process.

Memorandum of Understanding

 

Memorandum of Understanding is drafted by your mediator upon the successful completion of your mediation. It contains the matters and resolutions achieved and it will act as the basis on which your solicitor can draft your legally binding court order.

Mediation Fees

 

Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM) -

£90 (separate), £130 (both parties attending)

  • 45 minutes to 1 hour 

  • attend at our office or online

  •  court forms signed if required
     

Mediation per hour per person - £120

  • financial, child and "all issues" mediation

  • 90 mins first appointment

  • 1 hr thereafter appointments if required

  • session summary after each meeting

  • free follow up session

Child Inclusive Mediation (CIM) per person - £180

  • child consultation (£60)

  • 1 hour feedback mediation session (£120)

  •  free CIM summary

Document preparation (per document) - £80

  • Memorandum of Understanting

  • Open Financial Statement

  • free secure delivery

Payment options

 

Payments are accepted on the day by cash or card.

A £20.00 prepayment is taken at the time of booking to secure your appointment and can be paid by card over the telephone, by BACS or online via this website.

This prepayment may be refunded or put towards the cost of the meeting.

Rescheduling and Cancellations

 

If you need to change or cancel your appointment, you can do so free of charge up to 2 working days prior your appointment.

If you do not wish to rearrange, you will receive a full refund within 5 working days.

Cancellations with less than 2 working days' notice are charged a late cancellation fee of £20.

Any appointments cancelled on the day and missed appointments are charged in full (read full policy).

You can rearrange or cancel your appointment:

- over the telephone 07787 424 832

- or e-mail admin@yourmediator.co.uk.