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Bankruptcy Mediation for the Little Guy – Part 1: Financial Assistance

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No money in the wallet, no mediator?

By Matthew Gillespie

Of all the benefits mediation provides, the perennial favorite is this: it saves money! Not only can a successful mediation conclude a dispute without the rigmarole and expense of a hearing (or worse, trial), but even unsuccessful mediations can bring the parties closer to resolution of the dispute another time.

But what happens when both parties to an adversary proceeding or contested matter are open to mediation, but, perhaps predictably, the consumer debtor doesn’t have the capital to pay for his or her portion of a mediation? Continue reading “Bankruptcy Mediation for the Little Guy – Part 1: Financial Assistance”