Mediation can provide a sensible alternative to litigation for certain estate and trust controversies. 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. A mediator is a neutral third party that meets with opposing parties and/or lawyers in order to come to an agreement in settling your dispute. Reminger can serve in this role as intermediary to help drive these matters to settlement. 

Reminger’s Estates and Trusts practice groups are comprised of teams of professionals who are focused on matters that deeply impact individuals and families: 

  • the preservation of wealth,
  • the proper transfer of wealth from generation to generation,
  • the well-being of those who are unable to care for themselves through planning and advocating, and,
  • the resolution of disputes that arise when there is contention over matters involving probate, estates, and trusts, and the transfer or management of wealth.

Our lawyers have learned what dynamics drive these emotionally charged disputes, and how to resolve them effectively.  With our deep knowledge and wisdom in this specialized area of the law, combined with a common-sense approach, we believe we can provide unique insight and assistance to mediate and settle your difficult estate and trust litigation cases. 

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Our Trusts & Estates Law Practice Group was ranked as Metropolitan Cleveland Tier 1 for 2024 by Best Lawyers®




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