In this Trusts and Estates law column, C. Raymond Radigan and Lisa Fenech discuss a new mediation initiative that is helping to resolve the logjam within the courts. Practitioners should be aware of this plan, and the ways it may help their clients resolve family disputes in a more efficient manner.
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From the JAMS Dispute Resolution blog As mediators and dispute resolution promoters, we are people’s people. We try to understand deeper needs and perceptions, and based on these, we design...By Eleni Charalambidou