Mediation can be a viable alternative to litigation for some estate and trust disputes. It can help keep your family matters private and confidential rather than making your grievances public. This collaborative and voluntary process can potentially provide a less stressful and less costly option than a drawn-out trial.
Please visit our estate and trust mediation page to learn more.
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