Would My Case Be Right For A Facilitated Meeting Or Elder Mediation?

2020-05-22T19:56:14-07:00September 25th, 2011|Categories: Dementia, Elder Mediation, Facilitated Meetings, Family Disputes|

When clients call with a problem involving family conflict, they often don't believe that their situation could be helped by using a facilitated meeting or elder mediation. They might be wrong. Here are some examples of cases where a meeting or mediation could assist the parties to reach resolution: Conflict related to guardianship proceedings. This type of case might include allegations of improper care, neglect, financial abuse, or charges of undue influence. The dispute might involve whether a guardianship is the best option, or who should be appointed guardian. Conflict among family members over the care of a parent diagnosed ...