Mediation and Probate Disputes

McGown Jr., John
May 2013
Advocate (05154987);May2013, Vol. 56 Issue 5, p40
Academic Journal
The article discusses the use of mediation in probate disputes in Idaho as of May 2013, focusing on the roles of Personal Representatives and beneficiaries in probate matters, as well as attempts to peacefully distribute a decedent's household items and other property. Estate and income taxes are also mentioned in relation to probate matters and settlements. Grief, healing, and the repairing of personal and family relationships are also examined in regards to mediators.


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