Mediation, Mitigation or Meditation, Which Works Best For An HOA Dispute?

The 3 “M”s. Each has value in and of itself in finding solutions. I published an E-newsletter a few months ago (archived at californiacondoguru.com) on mitigation that was fun. The concept in my mind was triggered by an art teacher who confused my remarks about being a mediator to referring to me as a mitigator. It was fun to write and think about it as a separate concept. Look up the newsletter if you want to read more on it. For now, here are some short notes about how any of these processes might assist you in resolving any dispute, whether you are on the Board side of the proverbial “table” or the owner side.   Read the article…………


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