Free Webinar: Introduction to Trust & Estate Mediation

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At the Law Offices of Daniel A. Hunt, we constantly strive to create valuable educational content for our clients and the public. Our next free webinar will be an Introduction to Trust & Estate Mediation, held on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, at 10 AM. If you’re considering or have already committed to mediation, this is the perfect chance for you to learn how to get optimal results.

What is Mediation?

When conflict arises in a trust administration, some trustees and beneficiaries try mediation before or instead of filing a formal lawsuit. Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that provides a way to privately resolve the conflict outside of a public court proceeding. Many people try mediation because it tends to be quicker and less expensive than an expensive formal lawsuit.

How does it work? Mediation is an informal arrangement in which a neutral third-party acts as a mediator between the two (or more) conflicting parties. Each party attends a scheduled mediation with their attorney (if they have retained one) and presents their side. The mediator offers suggestions to help resolve the dispute.

What You’ll Learn

At this no-cost virtual event, you’ll learn:

  • The difference between mediation, arbitration, and litigation
  • How trust & estate mediation works
  • How to prepare for mediation
  • Tips on how to achieve optimal mediation results
  • Biggest mediation mistakes to avoid

Webinar Speakers

Our webinar speakers include two professionals with extensive mediation experience. They are:

Daniel Spector: Professional Mediator/Arbitrator at Judicate West

Daniel Hunt: Certified Legal Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust & Probate Law; Trust & Estate Litigator and Owner at Law Offices of Daniel A. Hunt

Update: You can view a recording of this past webinar here.

Daniel Hunt

Daniel Hunt is lead attorney and owner at Law Offices of Daniel Hunt. He is also a California State Bar Certified Legal Specialist in Estate Planning, Trusts & Probate Law.