Mediation is a confidential, non-binding process in which a trained mediator facilitates communication and assists parties in reaching a mutually acceptable resolution of their dispute. Mediation is a more flexible process, which is less formal and may reduce the time and costs that are often associated with a trial.
Domestic Relations Mediation
Current research shows that children’s well-being after divorce is significantly impacted by the degree of conflict between the parents. Mediation can help the parties decrease the conflict between them and work cooperatively for the benefit of the children.
All estate plans should include, at minimum, two important estate planning instruments: a durable power of attorney and a will. The first is for managing your property during your life, in case you are ever unable to do so yourself. The second is for the management and distribution of your property after death.
Practical legal advice and services for questions or situations that require representation on a personal legal matter. An initial consultation is important in order to evaluate your case.