Estate, Probate & Trust Mediation
Offering Comprehensive Trust and Estate Mediation Services for Sizable Estates
Prevention and settlement are always options.
Coming to grips with the death of a loved one can be extremely stressful. If the deceased’s estate is not distributed in the manner expected, emotions brewing under the surface can easily erupt. Long-term relationships with other family members and friends of the deceased can even be destroyed.
In the interest of maintaining those long-term relationships, estate, probate or trust mediation can be a worthwhile alternative to litigation. Mediation provides family members the opportunity to avoid long courtroom battles that pit each side against the other. Mediation also helps families deal with the financial aspects of the estate, while giving the participants the opportunity to heal broken relationships. Contact our law firm today to discover if mediation is the right alternative for your family.
Pursuing Mutually Acceptable Resolutions through Mediation
The attorneys at Sacks, Glazier, Franklin & Lodise are highly trained in trust and estate mediation. The estate, probate and trust lawyers at our firm focus on identifying each party’s key interests in a neutral setting designed to help them reach a mutually acceptable agreement. Our mediation skills are invaluable in helping us recognize common problems and facilitate an open conversation to address key issues.
Mediation has several advantages over conventional litigation, including:
- Cost-effective and efficient alternative to trial
- Flexible scheduling of mediation sessions
- Neutral environment to discuss key issues
Mediation allows the disputing parties to express their needs and interests and reach a mutually acceptable resolution, instead of one imposed by a court.
Contact Our Estate, Probate & Trust Mediation Attorneys
Estate distribution can lead to highly contested disputes when family members disagree on how a substantial estate is distributed. At Sacks, Glazier, Franklin & Lodise , we are committed to helping disputing parties reach mutually acceptable resolutions through mediation. Contact one of the experienced trust and estate attorneys at Sacks, Glazier, Franklin & Lodise today to discuss how mediation can benefit you.