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Be Brave. Be Strong.

The great part of registering a dispute with No Lawyers Allowed is that no one receiving the invitation will know who is suggesting mediation. We’ve found that to be a useful tool because often times people think that requesting a mediation, or wanting to talk about resolving a dispute, makes them look weak.


Not at No Lawyers Allowed. Everyone who comes here is brave and strong. They are making sensible decisions, and not allowing their emotions or sense of principle mislead them.


They are willing to take on ownership of their dispute and its resolution. They are not willing to hand their dispute off to lawyers and a judge and strangers in a jury box.


Be brave. Be strong. Believe in yourself. You can do this.


The alternative is not easier, cheaper, nor will it make your dispute go away. It is not easier or cheaper to pay a lawyer and a lawyer will not magically make your dispute go away. Paying a lawyer just gives you two problems – you still have your dispute and, now, you have to find money to pay a lawyer.


If you are receiving invitations to mediate from No Lawyers Allowed, ignoring the invitations will not make your dispute go away. Declining the invitation to mediate will not make your dispute go away.


Only you can make your dispute go away. No Lawyers Allowed can help. Mediate your dispute away today.

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*No Lawyers Allowed does not give legal advice. We educate folks about options for handling problems without needing to involve lawyers and courts, and we offer mediation and dispute resolution services. If you want legal advice, you should hire an attorney.