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Answers to some frequently asked legal questions


Whether clients come to us with business, real estate or family law matters, one thing they have in common is questions. They want to understand their legal options and the most appropriate, cost-effective legal actions they should take.


At Remick Law, PLC, our knowledgeable attorney provides the legal guidance you need and can answer questions such as the following:


What are the legal remedies for breach of contract?


When a party to a contract fails to perform contractual obligations, this constitutes breach of contract. The damages can include loss of revenue or future profits. Mr. Remick can help you obtain financial compensation for breach of contract including compensatory damages to reimburse monetary losses. The court can also order specific performance, which requires the breaching party to fulfill the terms of your contract.

What is alternative dispute resolution?


Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) techniques like mediation and arbitration are means of resolving business, construction, real estate or probate disputes rather than litigation in court. ADR often reduces the time and money parties spend to resolve differences. Mr. Remick has extensive experience representing clients in both arbitration hearings and mediation negotiations.  He is also available to be the neutral arbitrator or mediator in your ADR or mediation proceeding.

What is Arbitration?

Arbitration is a legal proceeding where each party to the legal dispute presents their position to a neutral third party arbitrator who decides the outcome of the legal dispute in a non-court proceeding. Arbitration is often used as a tool to resolve a legal proceeding without the cost of a court proceeding.

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a process designed to help people facing legal disputes to resolve those disputes amicably. It can have a number of advantages over litigating of disputes in a courtroom. It allows parties more control over the outcome as they can arrive at a mutual agreement, rather than having a court impose decisions on them. It can help to reduce resentment and tension, and is often less expensive than litigation. Mr. Remick can help you make the determination of whether mediation is appropriate for your dispute, and to make educated decisions about what you should and should not agree to during mediation.

Mr. Remick will work diligently to obtain the best possible outcome to whatever legal challenge you face.


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