The most common reason for revising wills and trusts after divorce is to make sure that your estate plan represents your current family situation and there are no unforeseen issues when you pass away. This is especially important if you have children. Protecting children and ensuring Continue reading
Mediation is a form of conflict resolution in which feuding parties attempt to settle their differences with the assistance of a trained third-party, known as a mediator. It’s a preferred, and sometimes mandatory, method for addressing child custody disputes, but the process is also Continue reading
Back-to-school season can be stressful and overwhelming for all parents, but for parents who are divorced, it can become more complicated.
Deciding who will purchase school supplies, who will be there on the first day of school, and whether both parents’ names are listed on important Continue reading
Many people have heard the term ‘mediation,’ but often, we are asked what exactly mediation is and how it can benefit our clients.
Mediation is a process where two parties discuss their disputes with a qualified and experienced impartial third-party.
The mediator can help the two Continue reading
You may have heard about mediation, but do you know what exactly mediation is, and what it entails?
Let us share with you more about the importance of mediation and Roth Elder Law’s new Mediation Program.
Mediation is a process where two parties discuss their disputes with a qualified Continue reading