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Thank you so much, on the c100 form there is a section that

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Thank you so much, on the c100 form there is a section that states matters regarding mediation?
I understand that if I have not attended a Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM), the court CANNOT process my court application unless there are special circumstances.
2. I understand that if I cannot show evidence that I do not need to attend a MIAM, the judge may stop proceedings until I have considered mediation.
As this is a case that was last sat in April 2016 and on going am i correct that this will not apply to me and the case?
the respondent has made it clear that she will never attend such a meeting

Thanks for the further question. On page 17 of the C100 you should be ticking one of the last 2 boxes as there are on-going proceedings.

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