Death or Injury to Companion Animal

So-called “No Kill” Agenda in Colorado: Slowly Killing Anyway

The April CLAW Caucus will focus on the Colorado No-Kill Pet Animal Act ballot initiative, which may be on the ballot this November.  Come to the State Capitol (RM 112) this Thurs. April 17, 2014 from 12-1:30. Things are heating up regarding shelter animals and the misleading “no kill” debate.  Proponents of this “no kill” […]

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Collaboration

Regardless of what issues are in conflict, mediation is about assisting parties who want to try and resolve their disputes out of court or before trial.  Gabriela Sandoval will assist you in defining your own interests, encourage brainstorming of new and creative ideas specific to your issues and carefully evaluate ideas so that you reach […]

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Mediation is a process

Mediation can happen once or over multiple sessions.  I have found that oftentimes, at least one party is convinced that mediation will be a waste of time and money only to find afterward that it was actually a process worth having.  In fact, and to their surprise, these same people frequently decide that an additional […]

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Mediation

Gabriela is currently accepting clients who wish to mediate their family law dispute involving parenting time and decision-making issues. Mediation is a confidential process whereby a professional neutral assists self-determined parties communicate and better understand their interests in an effort to generate and evaluate new ideas for possible dispute resolution. Parties are empowered when creating […]

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Death or Injury to Companion Animal

If someone has injured or killed your animal companion, you may be entitled to damages—regardless of whether the animal was injured or killed purposefully or accidentally—so long as the conduct was at least negligent. When an animal is injured or killed, you are generally entitled to compensation for the “market value” of the animal, veterinary […]

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