There are many ways to resolve legal issues. Only 3% to 5% of legal cases actually go to a trial. That means that most are settled out of court by negotiations, mediations, arbitration, collaboration, and many other dispute resolution methods. Each of these methods have rules of procedures and evidence just like litigation along with all the normal court rules. I can help you by representing you in today's legal system either as an attorney or the mediator.
Many people can talk to each other even if they cannot agree on the legal issues. Parties may want to talk about many of the issues in an informal situation. I provide eBooks and Worksheets to help you decide on many issues so your legal fees are spent with your attorney on the very important issues. Those issues are different for each case.
If you still have issues that you need to discuss with a 3rd-party, mediation is a good process for many cases. It usually costs less than litigation and can prevent many of the emotionally draining aspects of the legal system, because the parties are deciding it and not the Judge or legal system. An attorney is still very useful in this process.
If you want to keep most of the facts and actions out of court and the public, the parties can agree to collaboration or arbitration. If your situation needs a complex multi-step process with the assistance of attorneys and keeping everything still private, collaborative law could be the best option. This is similar to mediation, but all parties must have attorneys along with other case specific professionals to guide the process.
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