Wills & Probate Mediation Utah
Going through mediation to set up a will or probate can save time, money and emotional pain for grieving families. As parents age and approach death, this can be a very difficult time for the children. Using mediation to settle any disputes about the care of the parent or division of assets and financial responsibilities at the time of death can prevent major family disputes and the financial stress of a court case. Families often choose mediation to work out personal issues amongst family members in regard to the declining health and death of a parent.
Many times there are personal items of the deceased parent that are sentimental to more than one person. Using a mediator when defining a will or probate can help the family members determine fairly the ownership of personal property upon death. This saves times and energy without having to take the decision to court. If the family is uncomfortable with the division of assets and financial responsibility, they can use a mediator to establish an agreement where everyone is comfortable.
Using mediation to establish a will before death will help prevent family disputes resulting from the division of assets and financial responsibility. If a mediator is involved in the will making process, he or she can assist the individual in making fair decisions for the entire family. The goal of using mediation to establish will and probate is to help everyone involved feel at ease and to resolve any disputes in the process. Using mediation can help the entire family feel more at ease with the process of losing a parent.
For questions about will and probate mediation please call the office of Thomas V Rasmussen (801)484-3000