We told you it was a trick title: The simple answer is “you can’t get legal advice from a mediator.” Even if a mediator is trained or licensed as an attorney, a mediator can only provide “legal information,” never “legal advice.” So what’s the difference between “legal information” and “legal advice”? Legal information includes facts […]
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Resolution Point offers remote mediation services at no extra charge when parties can’t be in the same room due to schedules or other conflicts:
- ▪ 4-way phone conference calling
- ▪ Video conferencing
- ▪ Internet connectivity which allows parties to watch everything remotely on their computer screen as it’s happening in our office.
WHAT OTHERS SAY
“My sisters and I needed a mediator for a difficult family situation, so one of us found Daniel R. Burk on the internet. We are so glad we did. Having never been through a mediation experience before, we didn’t know what to expect, but all we knew was we needed an experienced and knowledgeable individual to take charge of our sensitive and rather volatile situation so we could communicate with one another and come to some resolution. We also preferred an attorney or former attorney. Dan is an attorney and did a great job as our mediator! He allowed everyone to have a fair chance to speak, but yet kept control over the situation in a firm and kind way. Dan did a great job at making everyone feel like they were heard and understood. Dan is professional, organized, well-spoken, and knowledgeable. His knowledge and skills were invaluable in guiding us to ultimately resolve our family situation. Thank you again Dan!”