Posts Tagged ‘mediation’

Caregiving Struggles

Care giving often leaves families struggling to answer questions including: Where will my parents live now? Who will be there to assist them? Who will make health and financial decisions for them if they can't make them on their own? Who will pay for their care? What about their will and estate? These kinds of questions can shed light on years of unattended and estranged relationships while challenging family members to create workable and mutually acceptable solutions to collectively care for their loved one. Here are some options to consider as your family works to "share the care:" Hold a…

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What do you do, if you and your siblings cannot agree on Mum’s care?

Mediation is considerably cheaper than litigation, $150 to $500 per hour for several hours for a private mediator’s time, or a nominal fee, in lieu of very expensive litigation lawyers.