BEFORE YOU GO TO COURT

San Diego Trust & Estate Mediation Attorney

Disputes over trust and estate matters can be difficult to resolve because of the close personal connections between parties. Litigation may be necessary in some cases, but trust and estate mediation is an alternative that some families may wish to seek first.

What Happens in Mediation?

In mediation, the parties involved in a dispute agree to informal negotiations through a third party (a mediator). The mediator attempts to find common ground and may offer an impartial assessment of the parties’ legal positions. These discussions are non-binding and if no agreement can be reached, then litigation remains an option.

The Advantages of Mediation

Mediation is more private, and less adversarial, than litigation. And for many families who are trying to preserve their relationships, mediation is preferable. Reaching a mutually acceptable resolution, rather than having to accept a judge’s order, can benefit both sides. Mediation is also generally more cost effective than litigation.

Understanding the Terminology

If you’re considering hiring a trust and estate mediation attorney to hopefully avoid going to court, here are some of the common terms to familiarize yourself with:

Meet the Attorneys on Your Side

What Sets Us Apart

Marked by Integrity

Over 30 years of practice in San Diego County and a reputation for professional excellence.

Driven By Excellence

Award-winning attorneys who resolve even the most complicated issues and cases.

Unmatched Expertise

One of the few San Diego firms that focuses exclusively on trust and estate matters.

Creative Problem Solving

A team that thinks outside the box to find the best solution to your problem.

Time-Tested

Our clients and their families return to us generation after generation.

Community Oriented

Our attorneys are actively involved in the local community and have been for over 30 years.

Our Clients Say It Best

Excellent in all categories!!

Let Us Represent You

Meet with one of our San Diego trust and estate mediation attorneys if you have questions about the process or want more information.

(619) 696-7066