Mediation when no childern are involved

The simple answer may be … get a new lawyer. If your lawyer is not doing what you want (filing a lawsuit) and you do not agree with his or her reasoning as to why this isn’t the correct path, perhaps you need new legal counsel. However, that being said, I recommend a cost benefit analysis. Litigation is a costly venture. Is it worth spending money to litigate the outstanding issue?

Best of Luck.

Robin F. Verhoeven
Attorney at Law
Rosen Law Firm
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 200
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607

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This has been going on for almost two years now…House was sold, business was sold, now there are only two pieces of property left.
So far in all of this, I have received nothing due to paying all the debt involved, she got 85,000 in money and property from the house. The two pieces of property total in value 37,000. The lawyers keep saying mediation. I don’t want mediation, I want to go to court and fight for what’s left. How do I get the lawyers to understand this ?
As I stated, no children are involved