Wills and Estates Disputes.
Resolve complex family estate and company issues as well as family wills disputes quickly and inexpensively without court through mediation.
Unresolved disputes over wills are very likely to destroy or permanently damage family relationships at a time when grief and loss can be feelings shared by all, and family support through the sad times can provide comfort when it is needed most. Disputes can often be resolved if managed properly and early enough. Mediation for wills disputes can protect or restore your important relationships whilst resolving disputes over a will.
At a time of tremendous stress, grief and loss, family members may feel overwelmed by the very thought of a dispute over a will.
Wills disputes can have far reaching, lifelong, damaging effects on important family relationships.
Most often, the court process destroys family relationships and the horrendous cost can cost more than the assets being fought over, leaving family members with nothing but bitterness.
Disputes over wills however, do not necessarily have to be so acrimonious.
By managing a wills dispute properly, wills disputes can be negotiated through mediation, in a manner that honours each party and dignifies the memory of the deceased. Indeed rather than damaging relationships through mishandling and adversarial struggle, a well managed dispute can provide an opportunity to heal wounds, build mutual respect within families and build stronger lifelong relationships.
Mediation for Wills Dispute does not replace sound legal advice. It is important to be as well informed as possible. Legal advice from different practioners will vary, as would decisions of judges or magistrates should the case end up in the courts. Instead of wasting valuable assets in a litigation process, mediation helps informed parties to communicate their concerns, as well as their needs and interests in a cooperative environment so that disputes can be resolved quickly and inexpensively.
InterMEDIATE Dispute Management Pty Ltd mediation for wills disputes helps to prevent damaging negative assumptions of the intentions of others, by encouraging each family member to openly express their hopes needs, interests and concerns, whilst being able to hear those of the other family members. The co-operative process aids in understanding and leads to dispute resolution and making of agreement that they can all live with.
Call us if you would like a recent paper written on this subject - its FREE! phone 1300 367 330