When we need someone who’s good at his or her profession – whether a plumber, a financial planner or even a physician – we look for recommendations. We ask friends, family, and even others in that same professional realm. Getting a referral from the latter is often most welcome. That’s because people with a strong background in their field hold their peers to high standards. They want the referred professional to have what it takes to do things right.
So when the Probate and Family Court Department of the Massachusetts Trial Court approved Why Litigate as a preferred provider for court-connected dispute resolution services, it was a vote of confidence – an indication from the Court that our panel of attorneys and retired judges have the knowledge, the experience and the training to do things right.
Why Litigate is one of just a handful of Court approved ADR providers in Massachusetts. Therefore, when a judge suggests mediation as a possible pathway to resolving a legal matter, s/he will mandate the party contact one of those approved providers for a free screening.
Why Litigate is proud to be among that select group. And from a consumer’s point of view, that takes the guesswork out of finding someone who has what it takes to help you get the best possible outcome.