Serving California,

the Pacific Northwest and Beyond

Rincon Resolution

Our Services

People want to be heard. To be understood. They crave non-adversarial options to ease tensions and resolve disputes. People need access to resolution, even more than access to justice.

Rapid Response

Disputes that threaten home or business locations demand urgent attention. Break the tension with an Express Consultation.

 

Professional Neutral Services

 

21st Century Best Practices

Every conflict is unique and deserves a customized approach. Rincon Resolutions offers a range of services animated by the latest thinking in the field of conflict engagement.

We pioneered the use of online dispute resolution (ODR) to handle real estate disputes. ODR accelerates process, is more convenient for participants, and reduces costs.

ODR facilitates asynchronous negotiations, which produce the best results in real estate matters. Results that emerge slowly tend to be more satisfactory to parties, and more durable over time.

Whether consulting, coaching, or mediating, Rincon Resolutions practices Neutral Advocacy. That means striving to deliver value for all participants in a dispute, and to introduce possible solutions from our deep business experience in real estate.

We are consumer-centric and keep client satisfaction top of mind.

 

 

 

Fees For Professional Services

Express Consultations

$ 79 for 30 minutes.
Includes 15 minutes at no charge

 

Mediation and Facilitated Conversations

$ 3000 fixed fee “daily rate” covers up to  8 hours of work.
Overtime billed at $ 300 per  hour.

Conflict Intervention

$ 750 for 3 hours
Overtime billed at $ 300 per hour.

In-Person services are available subject to additional costs. Sliding scale fees and hourly rates are available on a case-by-case basis.

“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you.
What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.”

Jane Goodall 

Innovative Solutions to Real Estate Disputes