Can You Guarantee Your Lawyer Will Win?
You may not think of lawyers, except perhaps in a negative way, until you need one.
Then you have no clue what lawyers do or what to expect. You are not sure of your role as client, or what part you should play in the legal drama.
Everyone Defines Winning Differently
Your responsibility is to make sure your lawyer knows what winning means to you. Life is too precious to leave important things like this up in the air. Don’t leave it to chance or to a judge, either.
Arm yourself with these mediation secrets and discover new ways to win all your legal battles.
Stop Your Pain and Gain
I am going to show you the quick and effective way to win life’s legal battles. You can do it through an alternative to the enormous costs of the court process.
I can show you how you can turn the battle’s tide in your favour. You are reading the secrets to a new winning strategy. It’s called mediation and here’s how it works if you have a legal dispute.
First, you ask the people you are fighting with if they want to mediate to solve your problems. If you have lawyers at this stage, they help you hire a neutral person to act as your mediator.
Next, you set an appointment to mediate. In some cases you can even do this online. It is quick. In a matter of hours, you can resolve disputes instead of starting a court process and waiting years for a trial.
Everyone in the mediation process then meets together in an informal setting. You can bring your spouse or friend along to help you cope and help you make the best decisions.
You, the other side to the dispute, and your respective lawyers will all meet. With the mediator’s help, you will reach a voluntary agreement that ends your conflict.
Voila, you have fixed your problem without spending a fortune. Now you can turn your attention to life’s more important concerns.
Best of all, for many people it’s all done confidentially and in private. A judge does not tell you what to do. Instead, you call the shots and can negotiate the best possible bargain.
In most cases, you reach an agreement that ends your legal worries in a few weeks.
Compare that with a conflict that could tie up your life and money for years in a lawsuit.
How marvellous is that?Posted In: Estates, Mediation, Probate On: August 17th, 2011