Home Sweet Home

You just purchased your first home. Congratulations and welcome home! And, your realtor was kind enough to act as your general contractor for the cosmetic repairs that you wanted, so that when you moved in there would be nothing to do other than sort your socks. “Sorry, what was that? Oh, the shower floor pan

Jack Did Not Come Tumbling Down

Jack and Jill have been business partners for over 30 years. Their children have grown up together. Their families have vacationed together for years. They have been looking forward to an eventual sale of the business so that they can travel more and enjoy life. Jack and his wife, Jane are going through a hotly

Alternatives to Litigation and Arbitration

If you would like the chance to control the outcome of your dispute, with a chance of maintaining your emotional and financial well-being then you should consider the civil collaborative law process to resolve your business, family, probate, employment, medical, account, insurance and other business related disputes. The civil collaborative dispute resolution process provides an

What do litigators have against collaborating?

What do courtroom lawyers have against collaborating? The easy answer is that it hits the bottom line. If lawyers and clients from both sides of the table work in concert to solve problems and resolve issues that are causing the conflict, how many dollars are lost that could have otherwise be earned through a dead-end discovery