Boston and Andover Trust & Estate Administration Attorney
Handling trust and estate administration is one of the most important and frequently overlooked practice areas at many firms. Olson & Olson prides itself on providing high-quality services at a fraction of the cost of other firms. Because we have typically developed long-term relationships with both clients and their intended beneficiaries, we work to ensure that the clients’ wishes are fulfilled, and the beneficiaries reap the benefits of the assets provided by the client without delay or complications.
Clients benefit from the sophisticated research capabilities of all firm members who pride themselves on staying up-to-date on all statutory changes, rule amendments, and regulatory revisions that might affect estate plans drafted for clients. In fact, we pride ourselves on staying ahead of the curve by keeping track of legislative proposals that could affect either the taxing or administration of estates. Because of this, we can take proactive steps to protect the assets that our clients intended to benefit their loved ones.
What happens if mediation is not scheduled ahead of time? If it is determined after your meeting that mediation is not appropriate in your case, the mediator will provide you with a form. This form, signed by a certified mediator, confirms that you took part in an MIAM. Following that, a court will grant you permission to proceed with the release process. Family Mediators in Kingswood