Sunday, June 27, 2010
The landlord wanted $6,000 in back rent. The case was referred to Mediation.
Jim W Hildreth of Real Estate Mediation Services was selected as the Mediator for the Sonora dispute.
The room was filled with those ready to testify for each party.
Within 2 hours the dispute was settled and all parties left the table satisfied with the results.
The key was opening communication lines, the understanding of landlord/tenant issues, the local economy and a mediator who remained "Neutral" and had the ability to open communications.
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Mediation does work.
It has been a long journey for sure. I appreciate your saying all that and it really was a pleasure working with both you and Ed. I have a great appreciation for all that you both did for us. It really is evident that you do the job that you do because you care about others. Please extend my gratitude to Ed as well.
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Hildreth looks forward in acting as "Neutral" and opening the communication lines between the partners.
The Tuolumne County Superior Court based in Sonora, CA has a active Alternative Dispute Resolution program.
Friday, June 4, 2010
The 4 hour mediation brought out a settlement between the parties.
Hildreth's focus is disputes involving real estate.