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Human Law Ezine: June Issue

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Human Law Ezine - June 2015

Welcome to this month's edition of the Human Law Ezine, please take a look at my latest blog posts: 

  • Probate Wars – If Your Executors Do Not Get On The Main Beneficiary of Your Estate Will Be Lawyers
     
    Recently I have been involved in advising a number of individuals in probate disputes; what I have found as a theme is that often it is a dispute between warring executors. Typically (but not always) it will be siblings who just do not get on....
    Read full post here
     
  • Leading Judge Points Way On Increased Use Of Mediation But Problems Remain

    Recently, the leading judge, the president of the Supreme Court has made some interesting comments on use of mediation.

    Lord Neuberger, in a speech entitled ‘a view from on high’, praised mediation for being quicker, cheaper, less stressful and less time-consuming than litigation. He also said potential outcomes were more flexible and more likely to leave both parties emerging as ‘winners’....
    Read full post here

Please browse the following white papers - essential reading for anyone wondering how mediation works in practice:

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