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After more than a decade of trying to explain to clients why their cases took so long, why the judges weren't interested in the facts until the very end, and why litigation was nothing like they expected, we decided to DROP IT! Get your disputes resolved efficiently and for a one-time flat fee.
We know what you're looking for - and it's not 2 years of document exchanges and depositions. It's an answer. Someone to look at all the facts, listen to both sides, and make a decision based on the law.
Don't wait! Contact us for a free phone consultation. Let us help you figure out the next steps. The sooner you have a plan of action, the better your chances of taking the correct steps to get the results you want.
When you decide to DROP IT your case is matched with one lawyer who is trained in mediation, arbitration, and litigation - a "Neutral." The Neutral doesn't work for either side. They are there to ask questions, review documents, and give an opinion based on the applicable law. Each party pays an equal flat-fee, upfront, so there are no unplanned costs down the line.
Litigation is designed to generate legal fees. DROP IT is designed to avoid them. All you really want is to tell your story to a decision-maker and get a decision - right? Here, you get to do that right away!
Our business is entirely virtual so you never have to leave the comfort of your home or office. Documents are submitted online and all meetings are held by video conference. The Neutral assigned to your case will tell you exactly what they need to see and you can submit it through our secure portal. Just drag and DROP IT!
DROP IT is all about consent and collaboration. You decide whether to accept the Neutral's decision or mediate a resolution, and we help you to preserve your right to go to court - just in case!
Once your custom dispute resolution process is complete, your Neutral will provide a legally binding settlement agreement for all parties to sign. If a dispute arises from that agreement, you can come submit the new dispute to DROP IT or enforce the agreement in court.