"FYI, I had an email exchange with COM's Brigid H. after her message yesterday about fee disclosure. I asked her if there were some specific, actionable complaints. She said no, there were some general comments from Parkview that some of their…"
"Heads up: If you have not already done business with Shapiro & Sutherland (LOGS,com) as the Be rep, they are located in Vancouver, WA with no local office/attorneys in the King, Snohomish, Pierce area. They are highly resistant (understandably)…"
"Roger, can you clarify this statement:
"Beneficiaries are telling me they have no duty to create such, and certainly not if the decision is reached after the passage of the production requirement."
Also, is this a common occurrence…"
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Terrence Connor is a professionally trained mediator, certified by the Washington Mediation Association.
He has more than 9 years of experience with family (divorce), community, & Small Claims Court mediations. He is also a State of Washington approved home foreclosure mediator.
Terrence has received over 100 hours of basic & advanced professional mediation training. He assists with Basic Mediation Training at the Dispute Resolution Center of King County, as well as the DRC of Snohomish, Island, and Skagit counties. He also volunteers with both organizations in various programs, including inmate training at the Monroe Correctional Complex.
Mr. Connor is a member of the Board of Directors for the Dispute Resolution Center of King County.
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