Friday, March 25, 2011

Tuolumne County Superior Court Sonora, CA 95370

Sonora, CA 95370 by JimHildreth
Sonora, CA 95370, a photo by JimHildreth on Flickr.
I was asked today by the Superior Court to mediate a family dispute between two family members.

After reading the case Commissioner Kim Knowles suggested that mediation could play a role.

The pain and anger was very clear and I applaud the judge for giving mediation a chance where the family members were encouraged to open and share feeling that were often raw in emotions.

I applaud the court for going the extra mile and being sensitive. I applaud the court of the support and value of family.

The mediation did occur and  settlement .. Perhaps the mediation planted seeds for future embracing and dialog.

Family unity and bonding is good for a community.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Acreage living Real Estate Dispute

Sometimes rural neighbors fight over easements as to the allowance of ingress egress, who should close the gate.

A Sonora California dispute has ended up in the courts over 2 neighbor adjoining parcels of who may or may not have a easement.

Litigation has been ongoing, surveyors have been called. The dispute has bee costly for all sides.

The Superior Court, County of Tuolumne has suggested mediation and all sides have agreed to voluntary mediation with Jim W Hildreth Mediator of Real Estate Mediation Services.

Mediation will allow the parties to openly discuss in a neutral setting their individual conflicts and the goal will be to come to some terms of settlement for access.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

Alameda County Courthouse

Real Estate Dispute in Alameda County?

Jim W Hildreth Mediator offers Real Estate Mediation Services to residents of Alameda County.

Detailed information about mediation is available.

Real Estate Dispute

Housing by james.thompson
Housing a photo by james.thompson on Flickr.
California Real Estate Dispute? Seller-Buyer, real estate deposit dispute. Information about Mediation, Real Estate Mediation Services.

Offices of Jim W Hildreth  Mediator
Real Estate Mediation Services

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Tuolumne County Superior Court

The California Supreme Court held that the mediation confidentiality statutes cover all communications before, during and shortly after a mediation, and that all such communications are not discoverable or admissible by reason of the statutes.

Saturday, March 5, 2011

San Andreas Main Street

San Andreas Main Street by JimHildreth
San Andreas Main Street a photo by JimHildreth on Flickr.
Breach of Real Estate Contract Resolved in Mediation.

The breach of contract wit ha real estate dispute festered for over 5 years.

The parties made the decision to try Alternative Dispute Resolution, vs ongoing litigation.

The confidential mediation in San Andreas allowed the parties to speak freely and craft a settlement.

Jim W Hildreth of Real Estate Mediation Services was the chosen Mediator and acted as a neutral for both parties.