Mediation, instead of Litigation, BECAUSE of the pandemic? The pandemic restrictions have triggered more alternative dispute resolutions in the place of litigation. Federal, state, and local laws and legal systems are adapting as quickly as possible to new realities in the wake of the pandemic, but not fast enough. The courts, cornerstones of our government’s…

Electric bills increase, Look into Solar Many people have recently received a notice from their electric company indicating that the cost of electricity is SIGNIFICANTLY going up at this time. Clearly electric companies are passing on their significant costs or repairs from the most recent storm. I know people that have told me their electric…

“Cutting a deal with creditors” A credit card collection agency was calling an individual non-stop seeking a payment on an old debt. The individual asked me to contact the creditor to try to negotiate a settlement. I was able to get the creditor to accept a significant discount to resolve the debt. That is not…

Mediator vs. Attorney in a divorce In the current Covid-19 environment some things with the courts just do not make sense. If a lawyer files an uncontested divorce, there are several legal steps that need to occur. If that same uncontested divorce is filed by a MEDIATOR, then a lot less steps need to occur….

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