What is the Mandatory Information Program in my family court case?
Question & AnswerWhat is the Mandatory Information Program in my family court case?
1. Check when your MIP is scheduled
The date for your session should be included in your court documents.
If you are the , this date was given to you when you had your Application by the . At that time, you should have been given 2 notices to go to a Mandatory Information Program session, one for you and one for your partner.
If you are the , you should have been given this date in the package of documents you were served with by your partner.
If you don't have a date, contact your local Family Law Information Center located at the courthouse to schedule a date to attend.
Or, if you can't go to the MIP session on the date you've been asked to, you can contact your local Family Law Information Center located at the courthouse and ask for another date.
In some regions, you may be able to take an online MIP. Contact your local Family Mediation and Information Service provider for more information.