Milly Bays' Law Firm
Ensuring legal security since 2009
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He's not exactly the best attorney anyone's ever met but he's enthusiastic enough about his work to make you think otherwise!
Best all-round when it comes to settling court cases. Not one client has ever had a complaint about his service.
Especially knowledgeable in the areas of neglect and personal injury. With a spotless record, you can expect no less than the best.
Frequently asked questions:
A: A summons will be sent to the defendant and witnesses ordering them to appear in court on the given date.
Q: What's the difference between an arbitrator and a mediator?
A: Neither a mediator nor an arbitrator need any form of formal legal training, however, the main difference is that mediators encourage negation and mediation ends after either an agreement or a stalemate is reached. Arbitrators are basically like the decision of a matter that is not making progress. The arbitrator's decision must be accepted as if it were a court decision if both parties choose to arbitrate.