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Mediating the conflicts of aging

What we are about

Interdisciplinary Elder Mediation is a process that brings family members and other concerned people together to address major life changes which are part of the aging process. Financial, legal and emotional decisions must be made in order to work through this transition period.

The mediation process allows the participants to resolve their conflicts and reach mutually agreeable solutions. Each family's story is unique. Tell us what’s on your mind and together we can help you navigate the road ahead. We believe in you because we know that Going Grey Matters.

From The Blog

Boomer Chronicles #2: Parents Ponder Portfolio Protector: Son vs. Prodigal Son-in-Law

Scenario: Aging parents discuss their family’s financial fate Mary, the wife, speaks: Johnny and I have been married for 50 years. He’s 78 and I’m 74. Our children are Barbara, 50, and Billy, 46. Coming from the “old school” way of thinking, we’ve been very private about our finances and rarely discuss this part of our lives with the kids. But at our age, we have to face the fact...

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Boomer Chronicles #1: Sisterly Grudges vs. Dad’s Will

Scenario: Adult sisters disagree over their aging, widowed father’s care The caretaking sister in Ohio: “Since Mom passed away six months ago, Dad hasn’t been the same. He sits around moping all day. He even refuses to visit his long-time friends at the senior center. I’m worried about him. My sister says to leave him alone, but she has no idea what Dad is like now. And I don’t trust her....

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Announcing Going Grey Matters

  New York, NY - October 14, 2011 – According to attorney Harriette M. Steinberg, Baby Boomers (born 1946 – 1964) are once again about to forge ahead into a new frontier. “Whether we call it aging, approaching the next stage in life or going grey, your future will involve making lifestyle changes that past generations have never had to make, and that younger generations may not understand. And these changes can...

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