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Title Mediation for Estate Planners
Author Susan N. Gary
Publisher American Bar Association
Release 2016
Category Law
Total Pages 315
ISBN 9781634255479
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is an important resource for attorneys and related professionals to help their clients in resolving - and avoiding - disputes that occur in the estate planning process. Written by a team of experienced attorneys and mediators, Mediation for Estate Planners provides the fundamental knowledge and basic tools employ mediation within an estate planning practice. It provides practice-proven guidance on recommending mediation to clients, either at the planning stage or soon after a dispute surfaces, so that families may be able to resolve disagreements before entrenched positions are established. The book considers all relevant issues involving the use of mediation in an estate planning practice, including drafting mediation clauses for estate planning documents; using mediation to resolve probate and trust disputes; addressing family business succession; guardianship and conservatorship issues; using mediation in hospital settings when families face difficult end of life decisions; working through disputes between trustees and beneficiaries; and more.

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