Alternate Dispute Resolution

Alternate Dispute Resolutions for Families in Texas

Serving Clients in the Dallas/Fort-Worth Area

While families want what is best for the elder, family members may disagree over what the “best” entails and conflict erupts over who will care for, have access to, and make decisions for the elder. As a result, adult siblings may find themselves in court arguing over decisions for an elder parent or family member.

In most cases that involve mild to moderate conflict, Elder Mediation is successful in getting parties to set aside their differences and focus on solutions for the elder. 

Elder mediation is effective in handling high family tensions and emotions because the mediation forum offers the opportunity for the elder and other concerned parties to come to a mutual understanding of each person’s values and concerns. It preserves the voice and participation of the elder and provides a constructive and secure environment that encourages the participation of all parties to discuss issues pertaining to the elder’s care, including issues arising in the context of a conservatorship petition. 

The goal of elder mediation is to provide families access to resources that are not available in court, where the mediator has knowledge of these resources to serve the needs of elders within the relevant community.  In encouraging this type of communication, the facilitative approach of elder mediation helps to preserve family relationships and build connections to community resources that families may otherwise be unaware of.

As a certified Mediator and Elder Attorney, I can help maintain family peace and negotiate between you and your loved ones so that the best interests of both the family members and of the elder is served. Please contact Namrita Notani for a free consultation to discuss your options.

 

Elder/Long-Term Care Mediation

Elder mediation is effective in handling high family tensions and emotions because the mediation forum offers the opportunity for the elder and other concerned parties to come to a mutual understanding of each person’s values and concerns. It preserves the voice and participation of the elder and provides a constructive and secure environment that encourages the participation of all parties to discuss issues pertaining to the elder’s care, including issues arising in the context of a conservatorship petition. 

The goal of elder mediation is to provide families access to resources that are not available in court, where the mediator has knowledge of these resources to serve the needs of elders within the relevant community.  In encouraging this type of communication, the facilitative approach of elder mediation helps to preserve family relationships and build connections to community resources that families may otherwise be unaware of.

As a certified Mediator and Elder Attorney, I can help maintain family peace and negotiate between you and your loved ones so that the best interests of both the family members and of the elder is served. Please contact Namrita Notani for a free consultation to discuss your options.