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Partnership Dispute Resolution Options

Partnership Dispute Resolution Options

If you are engaged in a partnership dispute which is damaging your business you have traditional and alternative dispute resolution techniques available to you. If you cannot solve the matter between yourselves in the boardroom you are going to have to get a third party in to help you out.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Alternative Dispute Resolution techniques are now commonly used by businesses to prevent the matter entering in to the public eye. If you choose an alternative resolution technique you will be able to keep the matter entirely confidential, hence it being the most popular option in the modern business world. When you business relies heavily on the media for advertising and marketing purposes, you do not wish to taint you reputation with bad press. Bad press never goes away and unfortunately one derogatory article can be worth a thousand good articles in the eyes of a potential client. The alternative dispute resolution options you have are:

Mediation is the least invasive of all the techniques on the market it simply requires you to discuss the matter at hand with a mediator present. The mediator will be a non-biased third party. They are not present …

Are You Protected From Repossession? Know Your Options

Are You Protected From Repossession? Know Your Options

Most homeowners make all ends meet just so they can religiously pay for their home mortgages. The idea of losing a house is frightening enough not to make arrears and to continuously settle their financial obligations on time with their creditors. However, there are unavoidable circumstances and situations that can make homeowners missed monthly payments or totally become unable to settle all payments. These things whether unintentional or not, can make your house possible for repossession with you and your family being evicted from it.

If you believe the state will be able to aide you during a time like these, there can be some conditions that can impede them from doing so. Whatever your condition is, it will be most likely that even if you will be able to get assistance from the state, it will not cover a significant amount that can be able to cover for your arrears and unpaid obligations. The likelihood of only getting the amount for the interest accumulated due to your arrears is the only possible amount they can provide.

So, are you protected from repossession? If you based the answer from getting protection from …