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Martha mediates all types of cases, including:
Real Estate and Mortgage Disputes in State and Federal Courts
Appellate Divorce Mediation
Personal Injury Cases
Business Law Disputes
Mediation of all Appellate Cases
Consumer Actions under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and other Federal Statutes
Martha has extensive training in mediation including:
20 hrs. Mediation Media
6 hrs. Advanced Mediation
Foreclosure Mediation Training
Appellate Mediation Training
Foreclosure Update Training 2016;
40 hrs. Divorce & Family Mediation Training
Martha McDermott was born in Flint, Michigan and obtained her undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Iowa in 1992 and her Juris Doctorate from Indiana University in 1995. She has been practicing law with Greg and Chris Garrison since 1996.
I worked for a large national Social Security Disability firm and travelled across the United States representing disabled claimants seeking Social Security Disability benefits. After a few years, I went to work for the Fulton County Public Defender's Office where I was placed in the major felony unit. After trying numerous jury trials, I returned to the large national Social Security Disability firm....
Tacoma, WA 98402
Seattle University School of Law
Issues addressed include, but are not limited to:
• Divorce / Legal Separation / Annulment
• Non-Marital Parental Rights / Paternity
• Grandparents' Rights
• Child Custody and Visitation
• Child Support
• Spousal Support
• Modification of Orders
• Property Division
• Ante-nuptial (pre-nuptial) agreement
• Post-nuptial agreements
9 Main Street
Lincoln, ME 04457
Western New England University School of Law
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