Divorce and Separation
A family mediator assists parents to make important decisions within conflict including separation, divorce, parenting arrangements, property and asset division.
A family mediator can help you settle family matters without going to court. They help people identify issues and work out their own solutions in a safe and comfortable setting.
Elder Mediation is the mediation of any conflict or disagreement involving an older adult. The family may wish to discuss parental living arrangements, financial issues, trust and estate concerns, relationship issues, as well as health and personal care.
An Elder Mediator is a person who is professionally trained in Elder Mediation theories and practices along with its preventative and wellness aspects. The Elder Mediator facilitates communication among the participants and assists them toward mutually beneficial outcomes. (Elder Mediation International Network - Code of Ethics)
The goal of Elder Mediation is to:
Unlike other forms of mediation, Elder Mediation;
In Elder Mediation, the family may choose to discuss parental living arrangements, health and personal care, financial issues, as well as relationship issues. It is a known fact that limited resources/time, energy, money, space for example, can become a source of stress for caregivers and result in reduced physical and emotional well-being. The topics include: