We all know how difficult and emotional family conflict can be. When it escalates to a point where you cannot communicate well with each other, let alone agree, bringing in a Mediator can be a good idea. A Mediator, who is neutral, can help each of you discover and focus on the real interests you have. Then, the Mediator will work to facilitate an agreeable resolution for all parties.
Financial planners, attorneys and other support people are allowed in a mediation as long as each party agrees. Each meeting typically lasts for two, sometimes three hours. A full mediation may take from one to several sessions depending on the details of the case.
Using mediation, your family matters can be kept private and confidential without having to go to Court and inevitably spend more time and money than anyone wants to. Often the parties involved are able to maintain, and even restore, their relationship(s).
Typical areas of Family Mediation are:
· Divorce/Separation · Estates/Wills/Trusts
· Custody/Visitation · Eldercare
· Post Divorce Agreement Changes · Marriage/Couples Wellness
· Special Needs Care · Teenage and Young Adult Agreements
Please contact us and we can discuss what options could work for you.
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