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Dispute Resolution At A Time

Consensus Without Court

Mediation Path Silicon Valley specializes in mediating family disputes arising out of situations such as trust and estate administration, will contests, care of aging parents and other family conflicts. Family matters are fueled by emotions. Mediation deals with both facts and emotions. Mediation is a voluntary process that all parties agree to participate in with the goal of reaching a satisfactory resolution of the dispute. In court the judge makes the decision for you. In a court proceeding there is a winner and a loser. Our mediation process allows the parties to design their own resolution to their dispute resulting in a solution that can benefit everyone.

Why Work With Us

Transparency and Truthfulness

If you would like to find a swift and peaceful solution to the conflict in your family, let’s talk. Together, we will assess the situation and determine how we can help your family.

When we meet, expect us to listen to you and answer your questions in an upfront, truthful  and professional manner.

Committed And Results Driven

Being tenacious and not giving up is key. We strive to reach full settlement of the case. We can also, work to resolve some issues of the case. If your case is already in court, we can still work with you and your lawyers to resolve specific issues. We also have the ability to help parties and their lawyers reach an agreement on how the case will proceed in court in the future. This is not just a job. We work relentlessly to provide innovative methods to help people in conflict peacefully resolve disputes.

Get in touch with us to set up a consultation, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page to inquire whether our services are right for you.

Contact Us

➤ OUR ADDRESS

2021 The Alameda
Suite #102
San Jose, CA 95126

☎ speak WITH us directly

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Sophia@MediationPathSiliconValley.com
(408) 717 2575

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Linda@MediationPathSiliconValley.com
(408) 489 9616


About Mediation Path Silicon Valley

 WHAT is MEDIATION ?

Mediation is a voluntary process in which a neutral person or persons facilitate communication between the disputants to assist them in reaching a mutually acceptable agreement (Evidence Code §1115).

Our Mediation services include:

  • Legacy Estate Planning

  • Wills & Trusts Disputes

  • Care of Aging Parents

  • Elder Protection

  • Wealth Transfer

We respectfully support:

  • Family Members

  • Appointed Fiduciaries

  • Elderly Care Specialists

  • Financial Advisors

  • CPAs

  • Lawyers

  • Heirs

WHY DID WE CREATE MEDIATION PATH ?

Because we were not content with what currently exists to solve family disputes amicably, we decided to create our own mediation process and with it our own mediation center. Before creating MPSV, we studied and utilized many types of dispute resolution protocols.

MPSV was established after we put together a new collaborative ultimate level problem solving model derived from our past knowledge and experience. Since we have used this new approach our success rate has significantly increased.

Conflicts in families arise in many situations. The most common causes of conflict are: Deciding what level of care an elder will receive and who will be responsible for their finances - When a deceased parent's will or trust is not clear about how property is to be distributed - When an estate is not divided equally among the children and changes to the estate planning documents were made after the parent was diagnosed with dementia or days before death -When the trustee administering the trust has taken action that other beneficiaries find questionable.

In all cases, the dispute derives from one common denominator : the lack of communication between parties leading to misunderstanding and resentment.

In our model, we work with the parties to identify their interests and needs. We collaborate with them to fully develop not only their expressed position but also their underlying concerns. We ask that each party fully listen and understand the position and underlying concerns of the other party. From this understanding we guide the parties to develop a joint mission statement of their objectives.

 WHAT MAKES  US DIFFERENT ?

We did not reinvent the wheel but we bring to our clients an innovative way to conduct the discussion during the mediation process. We use both traditional and innovative methodologies and systems to pave the way to our clients’ success.

Design Thinking

Family matters are fueled by emotions. Mediation deals with both facts and emotions. Mediation is a voluntary process that all parties agree to participate in with the goal of reaching a satisfactory resolution of the dispute. In court the judge makes the decision for you. In a court proceeding there is a winner and a loser. Our mediation process allows the parties to design their own resolution to their dispute resulting in a solution that can benefit everyone.

We choose to integrate this cutting-edge methodology in our mediation process for one simple reason: this technique when applied to family disputes helps the parties ideate, communicate, participate, and collaborate to focus on creating a positive outcome for all. The family members stop blaming and start designing a future that will work for everyone involved.

Analytical  And Emotional Thinking 

We rely on our ability to break down problems into its components rapidly to identify & prioritize the issues. Our emotional intelligence and analytical skills allow us to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathically. This way we can defuse participants’ hard feelings towards one another in order to identify possible solutions. We also work with neuro-psychologists to understand how mental diseases might be affecting a person’s ability to make decisions.


We cannot solve our problems
with the same thinking that we used to create them.
— Albert Einstein

 

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