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Nipped in the Bud-Not in the Butt

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Using mediation and collaborative practice we enable our clients to be part of the solution process, not powerless bystanders. The advantage of using Mediation and Collaborative practice over litigation is the processes ability to respect the emotions of the people in conflict over an animal and recognized that emotions power over the parties. Listen in as Debra explains how using Alternative Dispute Resolution, in the emotionally charged venue of conflicts between people about animals, will enable party driven resolutions in less time, for less money, while retaining relationships between the parties currently at odds.

Attorney Debra Vey Voda-Hamilton is an experienced litigator, turned mediator/collaborative professional with years of animal conflict experience. She brings vast and varied experience in the animal world to the table, as a neutral in mediation or as a representative of a party in a collaborative process. She is an Attorney Mediator focusing on helping people in conflict over an animal. She helps resolve their conflict without litigation. Debra works with divorcing couples, neighbors, vets, dog owners, breeders and handlers to name a few of her clients. She is admitted to practice law in all New York State Courts. Debra is certified as a mediator and collaborative professional, and has worked with various court based mediation programs in NYC (Queens-Community Mediation Service) Westchester and Rockland (Cluster of Westchester & Rockland).

For More Information: Debra Vey Voda-Hamilton, Esq

 

 

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