Bay Area Elder Mediation

Richard Schwachter

If your family is fighting over issues relating to your senior parents, mediation may be the answer. It can keep your family from resorting to expensive court proceedings. Mediation can also be an effective way to have a "family meeting" addressing care giving issues before there is a crisis. It can also address sensitive estate planning issues before an attorney finalizes a plan. Mediation is private, confidential and completely voluntary. Meetings are informal and are held in locations which meet the family's needs, including private homes, mediators' offices and senior living facilities.

If your family members reside in different states (countries) call us to find out if the mediation can be done online!

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Service Area

Proudly serving the Greater San Francisco Bay Area, California.

Also serving Palm Beach County, Florida.

Contact Us

Richard Schwachter
Bay Area Elder Mediation

Phone: (650) 209-7699

2040 Jardin Drive
Mountain View, CA 94040

Email: rschwach@gmail.com

Web: bayareaeldermediation.com
Web: elderplanning101.com

About Us

Richard H. Schwachter, JD is a listed ADR provider in the Santa Clara Superior Court, California, a Volunteer Ombudsman in San Mateo County, California and a licensed Certified Civil Circuit Mediator in Florida . He has had advance Elder Mediation training at Pepperdine University School of Law Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution. He has been a practicing attorney and a successful businessman for over 40 years. His mediation experience has been formal as a certified Florida Civil Circuit Mediator and informal as a 40 year problem solver specializing in real estate, securities, elder law and small business disputes. He is a graduate of Case Western Reserve Law School and the University of Wisconsin. He is an author and an artist and a proud grandfather of five.