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December 2017 Archives

Helping you utilize mediation in a will or trust dispute

It is difficult to make everyone happy when making a plan for the future. When drafting an estate plan, it is likely that some family members and beneficiaries will not agree with your decisions. However, at the end of the day, the contents of your will and trusts are up to you. But this will not stop some family members from getting into a dispute following your death and the execution of your will or trusts.

How can you use virtual mediation in your divorce?

The decision to divorce is stressful enough. Now spouses need to consider the entire process and how it will hit them mentally, emotionally and financially. Married couples in California and elsewhere understand that divorce can hit your pocket hard. Additionally, it is not know as a legal process that is completed quickly. Thus, divorcing couples often seek out other avenues and options when it comes to reaching a final divorce decree. Mediation is one of those options.

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