Elder Care Advocacy




Elder Care Advocacy promotes alternative dispute resolution mediation,arbitration, ombudsman as out-of-court settlements

This Elder Care Advocacy website supports your rights and use of mediation, arbitration and ombudsman as a dispute resolution solutions to avoid court litigation and lawsuits fostering quick and fair out-of-court settlements.

What is Elder Care Advocacy? Elder Care Advocacy represents actions taken and solutions proposed to influence decision-making to create positive outcomes for people and their environment. Elder Care Advocacy work on your behalf to provide information for individuals and businesses in need of professional Elder Care guidance.

Elder Care Advocacy Mission is to promote awareness of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and uses of legal remedies such as mediation, arbitration and ombudsman as out-of-court conflict settlement options. Elder Care Advocacy advocates for Alternative Dispute Resolution based on fundamental belief that individuals and business can resolve their own conflict when provided skilled professional guidance. We encourage out-of-court settlements of business disputes, consumer complaints, contract agreements, personal injury, compliance regulations, personal rights and human rights issues.

As a Public Service Informational Website, we welcome partnerships with law professionals, legal advocacy groups, and educators. Please submit your company news, press releases, and articles for publication on this website. We welcome your feedback and suggestions. Please use website contact page to submit information and questions.

The Elder Care Advocacy Mission Is Two Fold:
The Consumer and Users of Elder Care Advocacy Services:
To support Elder Care legal rights and expand the use of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) by providing Mediation, Arbitration, Paralegal and Ombudsman resources to the general public.

The Legal Professional and Legal Advocates:
To facilitate the advancement of Alternative Dispute Resolution by promoting ADR best practices, public education, professional legal directories, advocacy training, Internet marketing, and networking opportunities for mediators, arbitrators, lawyers, attorneys, paralegals, ombudsman, and law professionals.



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