Month: May 2017

My "best kept secret" practice

Most of my colleagues know that I find a tremendous overlap between practicing bankruptcy and practicing family law. One of the top reasons, if not the very top reason, for people filing bankruptcy is a divorce. However, I also have another practice area that fits well with both of these other practices and that is Family Law Mediation. I encourage you to please check out my other blog here at Bluegrass Conflict Resolution. Not only am I a trained mediator in this area, but my former career was focused on counseling and helping heal relationships. So, it is a natural ...
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Affordable Mediation

I apologize for the redundancy, but I realized my last post that addressed the issue of affordable medation was quite long and so some may not have gotten to the important part. So far as I know, I am the only family law mediator in this area who offers income based mediation fees with a highest fee rate that is no higher than the least expensive mediator I know (he also happens to be one of the best!).  I plan to do this for as long as possible. I am doing this to make mediaiton more accessible and because I love ...
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I'll be teaching a session at Collection Law: Start to Finish

Just wanted my colleagues to know that I will be representing debtors' attorneys at a NBI seminar entitled Collection Law: Start to Finish. I hope to give creditors' attorneys some insight into what we look at in assessing a bankruptcy in the intake process.
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