Do you feel your family ignores your needs?
They refuse to see your perspective...
They are unable to compromise...
They gaslight you into silence...
It's Time To Stop Living With Resentment
And Start Find Resolutions!
Reduce Conflict. Resolve Differences. Reach Resolution.
Achieve amicable solutions
and inner peace
Voice your value and maintain integrity
Create clear agreements that honor your relationships and goals
Some Common Issues Families Come To Us With:
I have disputes with my family over finances, budgeting, or inheritance
I am unable to reach amicable resolutions and establish
a clear agreement
I am experiencing family issues, marital concerns, or the inability
to care for a loved one
"My siblings and I inherited a family business from our father. Unfortunately, we didn't see eye to eye on how to grow the business. One of my brothers didn't want any part of the company but still wanted his cut of the profits. We had to restructure the company but also savior our relationship as it was on the rocks from the stress. We are in a much better place and everyone gets along at family functions. Thank you for helping my family."
Peaceful resolutions that meet the needs of the family without damaging relationships.
Confidential and contractual agreements that ensure amicable relationships.
Convient and timely collaboratatve decisions that ensure the well-being of each family member.
Every family is unique to their disagreements. And, while each family experiences various dynamics, each individual also brings their own PERSPECTIVE to the relationships within the family unit. When alignment is not achievable for the family members or couple, then an impasse may occur. During an impasse, it can be challenging to make vital DECISIONS as a family to achieve a healthy structure or dissolution agreement. At this time, family mediation may be the best SOLUTION for you and your family to ensure your privacy and a win-win outcome.
Align your focus with the solution, not the problem
Family Mediation Can
Reach a resolution to cultivate healthy, family relationships
Develop an amicable plan in the best interest of all parties
Establish boundaries and mutual agreements during separation or divorce
Create contractual agreements in terms of assets, finances, or allocation of funds
Provide a secure place to voice concerns with a third party present