I have represented debtors, creditors and bankruptcy trustees, and this has allowed me to understand and appreciate the perspective and concerns that are unique to each side while remaining mindful of the larger context in which these conflicts arise.
Bellaire, TX (PRWEB) July 05, 2014
A lawyer whose representation of parties in matters involving bankruptcy, collections, and real-estate litigation regularly takes him all over Texas, David Aaron DeSoto recently announced his membership in the leading ADR web portal Mediation.com in an effort to shine a spotlight on his equally impressive alternative dispute resolution experience.
“I’m proud of the work I have done over the course of my career representing individuals and businesses in bankruptcy, collections, foreclosures, evictions and other litigation matters,” said David, “but I’ve also worked very hard to establish myself as a skilled and effective mediator. Joining Mediation.com enables our firm to make our services available to persons in need of a mediator with a background and years of experience in these areas. I have represented debtors, creditors and bankruptcy trustees, and this has allowed me to understand and appreciate the perspective and concerns that are unique to each side while remaining mindful of the larger context in which these conflicts arise.” David has authored over two dozen continuing legal education articles and believes that keeping pace with the changes in the law is an important component to his mediation practice. “Our firm is committed to keeping up with current trends in the law, and that means attending and speaking at continuing education programs on a regular basis. You need to keep pace with the trends and know what issues are novel and which ones are settled to remain effective.”
David has been practicing law for twenty years, focusing on bankruptcies, evictions, foreclosures, debt collection matters, general business litigation, and issues related to mortgage loan servicing. He is a Certified Mediator who has met the requirements of Chapter 154.052 (a) Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code, is credentialed by the Texas Mediator Credentialing Association and is also a member of the Houston Chapter of the Association for Conflict Resolution.
A graduate of Texas Tech University School of Law, David has built a strong reputation as a dedicated community servant, serving as a volunteer mediator with the Houston Dispute Resolution Center and frequently mediating on a volunteer basis in the Harris County Justice of the Peace Courts.