Carol Warnick Completes Mediator Training with the American Arbitration Association

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce Partner Carol Warnick has recently completed a mediator training course sponsored by the American Arbitration Association (AAA). As a trained mediator, Warnick will be available to mediate disputes, utilizing her fair and impartial expertise in assisting with trust and estate dispute resolution.   

“We are proud of Carol completing the mediator training course with AAA. She is nationally recognized for representing clients in disputes related to trusts and probate matters and this allows her services to be available to those who need sound, fair mediation,” said Laura Dinan, the firm’s Tax Practice Group Leader. “We are very grateful for all she does in her practice.”

Warnick concentrates her practice in estate and wealth transfer planning and administration, in which her clients include executives, owners of closely-held businesses, and families of significant wealth. She also actively practices as a member of the firm’s Fiduciary Solutions Group, in which she advises and represents individuals, corporate and individual fiduciaries, heirs, beneficiaries, and creditors in the resolution of probate- or trust-related disputes through mediation and litigation, and will also now be qualified to serve as a mediator for such disputes.

The AAA is a not-for-profit organization with offices throughout the U.S. and has a long history and experience in the field of alternative dispute resolution, providing services to individuals and organizations who wish to resolve conflicts out of court. The AAA role in the dispute resolution process is to administer cases, from filing to closing. For more information on the AAA visit www.adr.org.


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