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WHAT IS PROBATE MEDIATION?
by Lucia Galante Johnson, MS. FHD - Senior Mediator

Disputes between families over wills, trusts, care for minors or those with health concerns can make parties feel they are tied up in knots.  Clients feel there are no solutions to this conflict. 

 

Probate Mediation Services provides professional facilitation dialogue.  It is a place to have conversations of issues that concern family members.

 

From the distribution of assets stated in a will to the granting of guardianship for a minor, I am here. I have an excellent track record mediating over 100 cases with a rate of 98% in successful agreements. 


Mediation is a confidential, voluntary, and cost saving way to resolve disputes.  Most conflict result out of misunderstanding and finding a way to bridge the gap of communication can help.  It is a process where the clients can determine their own outcomes and resolutions instead of mandates by the court.  All parties must agree to attend mediation in order to allow all parties involved to share their views of th  case.  
 

The other benefit to mediation, often parties come to an agreement which may limit the amount of court appearances and possibly lead to the dismissal of the trial. This saves clients time and money. Learn how I can help to listen to the concerns and interests of each client, ensuring the results you need and deserve. Contact me (310) 375-3755 to see if mediation is right for you and your family.

Vision

I have the experience and skills necessary to tackle just about every type of dispute.  With Probate Mediation Services, clients know exactly what to expect - professionalism, efficiency and exceptional results.

 

It is the intent of mediation to allow parties to talk, for the mediator to listen and understand, and to help the clients come to an agreement that is a win-win for them all.

Probate Mediation Services is committed to getting the job done, especially when it comes to family conflict. You can count on me to treat each client with courtesy and allow them a safe haven to share how each one sees the situation.