Settle Your Small Claims Dispute Without Going to Court

Settle Your Small Claims Dispute Without Going to Court

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Settle Your Small Claims Dispute Without Going to Court

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, 3rd Edition

Settle Your Small Claims Dispute Without Going to Court is written with none of the legalese associated with the court system.  It contains sample demand letters and a general release form to allow both parties to record and sign their settlement agreement.

This eGuide emphasizes the importance of engaging in settlement negotiations in order to save the time, trouble and anxiety of going to court, while getting the other party to agree to a compromise you can stomach.

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Countless contested lawsuits end up in America's small-claims, city, municipal or justice courts because neither party knows how to successfully communicate his or her willingness to settle.

Drawing on 20-plus years of experience with small-claims courts, attorney Ralph Warner explains how to conduct a successful settlement negotiation in Settle Your Small Claims Dispute Without Going to Court.

This eGuide emphasizes the importance of engaging in settlement negotiations in order to save the time, trouble and anxiety of going to court, while getting the other party to agree to a compromise you can stomach.

Written with none of the legalese associated with the court system, the eGuide contains sample demand letters and a general release form to allow both parties to record and sign their settlement agreement.

Included Forms
  • Sample General Release Form
  • Ralph Warner

    Ralph "Jake" Warner, a pioneer of the do-it-yourself law movement, founded Nolo with Ed Sherman in 1971. Nolo began publishing do-it-yourself law books written by Jake and his colleagues after numerous publishers rejected them. When personal computers came along, he added software to many Nolo books. When the Internet arrived, he championed the move online, where Nolo published huge amounts of free legal information.

    In addition to running Nolo for much of its first 40 years, Warner was an active editor and author. He wrote many books, including Retire Happy: What You Can Do Now to Guarantee a Great Retirement and Save Your Small Business: 10 Crucial Strategies to Survive Hard Times or Close Down & Move On. Today, he operates a storytelling repertory group, Jake's Tales, devoted to keeping alive the tradition of telling children wonderful stories.

    Warner holds a law degree from Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California at Berkeley and an undergraduate degree in history from Princeton.

  • Try to Talk Your Dispute Out
  • Mediate Your Dispute
  • Write a Formal “Demand” Letter
  • Write Down the Terms of Any Settlement
  • Agreement Just Before Court