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Hall Mediation & Law
- Business Services
- Legal Services
Hall Mediation & Law is a life transition practice. Whether it is going through divorce, caring for aging parents or creating an estate plan, transitions can be very stressful. Fear is defined as Future Events Appearing Real. When we are going through a major life change the future is unknown and this stirs up a lot of emotions that can make it difficult to make decisions. Our job is to provide clients with a roadmap so that they can navigate the process with confidence. We start by identifying the goals and values that are most important to our clients. Those values provide the framework for the rest of our work. Our services include:
Divorce: Collaborative divorce is a process that strives to preserve the emotional and financial resources of the family while finding an agreement that works for both parties. The parties and attorneys work together to problem solve in a private, confidential setting.
Elder Issues: Caring for our aging parents raises a variety of issues for families. These can be difficult conversations for families to have we often wait until there is a crisis to make a decision. By planning proactively, we keep more options open and preserve relationships in the family.
Estate Planning: These tools allow us to ensure our wishes are honored when we are not able to speak for ourselves. Powers of attorney (financial and healthcare) empower someone else to take care of us or our finances when we can't. A will, even a simple will, provides guidance when we are gone so that our loved ones can settle our affairs easily.
- Collaborative Divorce
- Wills & Trusts
- Elder Law
- Divorce Mediation
- Elder Mediation
My office is located in Windsor Heights at 6600 University. Go north on 63rd st, turn left on University and left on 66th st.