Peace = Power and Mediation is the Path to that Peace

We have all heard the horror stories about the $40,000 parrot, which is what one Corporation spent in legal fees to “evict” an unlawful bird, who it turns out had “flown the coop” anyway. What about the case over a $500 set of drapes going to litigation that wound up costing $15,000 in legal fees? How about the homeowner who spent $40,000 in legal fees over a $750 fence, with a resulting judgment in the amount of $61,000 to the other side, as the prevailing party? Those in the condominium industry have heard and seen a lot.   Read the article………….


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