Legal issues concerning the elderly are charged with emotion.  Often, decisions are being made about the safety and well-being of loved ones by their family members.  Elder mediation provides an opportunity to find a resolution about a loved one’s future without the time, expense and emotional strain of traditional litigation.  If your family has reached the point of legal action concerning an elderly relative, mediation can be of assistance.

In addition to saving money and time, elder mediation provides a number of other benefits.  A neutral mediator ensures the best interest of your loved one is protected.  Even when delicate family matters play a role in the decision-making process, an experienced mediator is able to understand the issues and make your loved one’s needs the main priority.  Elder mediation ensures everyone in the family is heard and understood, and it allows family members to reach a fair agreement that is in the best interest of the elderly relative.

If your family is struggling with decisions about an aging relative, mediation can help.  Contact Catherine Futch, a Registered Neutral mediating in the State of Georgia, at 404.309.5709 or by email at for more information.