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Why mediation could be the way to go

Are you locked up in some type of estate planning battle? Maybe a will contest is at the center of your problem. Regardless of the issue, there is only one thing on your mind: putting this in the past as soon as possible.

A jury trial is an option, however, this can be timely and expensive. This is why a growing number of people are considering mediation.

If you don't know much about mediation, here are some of the many benefits to take into consideration:

-- Reducing the time to reach a resolution.

-- More affordable than a jury trial.

-- No need for a trial.

-- Both parties have a greater say in the final outcome.

-- Higher rate of compliance.

-- Ability to reach a customized agreement, as opposed to letting the court decide on each and every detail.

You never know when you could face an estate planning concern. If this happens, if another party is involved, mediation may be your best option.

If you are ready to get started, don't hesitate to contact us online or via phone in the near future. Our attorneys know the ins and outs of mediation, ensuring that you are on the right path from the very start.

Mediation can be every bit as scary as a more traditional court process. Even so, there are a variety of benefits that will work in your favor. The last thing you want to do is delay. Once you know what you are up against, it is time to consider all your options, which include mediation.

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