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Scheduling Made Easy…

Whether looking to schedule your mediation or a consultation, my availability is always available online to work with your schedule. 

Scheduling...

Please select the type of appointment you would like to schedule. Confirmation of appointment shall be sent once reviewed by me, within 24-48 hours of your scheduling. If you should have any question, please do not hesitate to reach out to me directly.

Please note, I use the Zoom platform. If you are not familiar with Zoom, please let me know, and we can schedule a test session.

Schedule a Mediation

All mediations are billed at $400 per hour ($200 per hour per party if costs are shared) with a 2-hour minimum for all mediations.

* Residential Mortgage Foreclosure on a Primary Residence Mediations between lenders and homeowners are billed at a flat rate of $500 ($250 per party) for up to two hours.

Payment of all minimum fees is due seven days prior to the scheduled mediation conference and is non refundable. There are no fees if cancellations are reveived at least seven days prior to shceduled date or dates are rescheduled within 60 days.

If you should have any questions with regard to my rates, cancellation policy or scheduling system, please reach out to me directly.

→ Click here to schedule a mediation using my online scheduling system ←

Schedule a review of your Federal Student Loans

A thorough review of your Federal Student Loans, to assist you in determining whether you are on the best repayment plan. If you are delinquent or in default, this analysis can also help you understand your options for becoming current under a repayment plan you can afford. I also review your eligibility criteria for certain forgiveness programs under recent Federal Regulations.

→ Click here to schedule your Federal Student Loan Review using my online scheduling system ←

Schedule a Consultation

→ Click here to schedule a complimentary 60-minute Zoom consultation to discuss your matter ←

* Consultations may not necessarily lead to representation.