Elder Care Mediation Brings Families Together to Make Important Decisions
Elder care mediation
Families often face exceptional times of stress and conflict when making decisions about how to best care for aging parents and grandparents. Elder care mediation is focused on providing all interested family members an opportunity to voice their thoughts and concerns and the chance to be a part of the decision-making process. More importantly, the elder family member is involved as much as possible so he or she can stay in control and know that he or she is respected. Elder care mediation, or guided family meetings, helps bring about the most cost-effective and cooperative solutions for all of the involved family members of the person needing elder care.
Guided family meeting for elder care decisions
The experienced family law mediator at Providence Mediation can help families facing elder care decisions come to agreement about: long or short term health care decisions; how to balance responsibilities among family members; resolving inheritance disputes; providing or limiting life support; or managing the estate of the elder family member needing care. Often the elder care mediation process works best as a fairly informal family meeting guided by the elder care mediator, at the home of the elder family member, with all of the interested family members present.
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Providence Mediation provides divorce mediation and other mediation services to help couples facing divorce and other family law concerns, including custody, child support, property division, post divorce modification, prenuptial agreements, paternity, in addition to domestic partnership agreements, and partnership dissolution actions in Hamilton County, Marion County, Boone County, Hendricks County, Morgan County, Hancock County, Carmel, Indianapolis, Fishers, Noblesville, Westfield, Pendleton, Greenwood, Avon and Zionsville, IN.
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