Insolvency Attorney and Pro-Bono Advocate M. David Graubard Announces Membership in Mediation.com

Lauded attorney, known as the go-to professional in bankruptcy, announced membership as part of plan to be more accessible to clients.

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M. David Graubard | New York Mediator | Bankruptcy Law and Insolvency Consultation

M. David Graubard | New York Mediator | Bankruptcy Law and Insolvency Consultation

I believe that to each their capabilities: If you cannot afford a decent lawyer that should not mean you get the short end. Everyone deserves a fair hearing – and everyone deserves to be spared the pain and suffering of a court case, too, if possible.

New York, NY (PRWEB) January 25, 2014

Well-known in the worlds of bankruptcy and insolvency law, M. David Graubard has built his reputation with a combination of empathy for his clients’ situations and a keen legal mind that can navigate the often-confusing world of bankruptcy laws and creditor court actions. More quietly, but no less powerfully, he has also built a reputation as one of the most community-minded attorneys in New York with his generous pro-bono work in various fields. He has brought that combination of experience and service to the premier mediation network, Mediation.com.

“Everyone has financial troubles, even people who do not have the resources to hire a fancy Manhattan law firm” said Mr. Graubard after the announcement of his new membership. “I believe that to each their capabilities: If you cannot afford a decent lawyer that should not mean you get the short end. Everyone deserves a fair hearing – and everyone deserves to be spared the pain and suffering of a court case, too, if possible. Mediation is probably more important and useful in insolvency cases than anywhere else – negotiation gets you further with money issues than confrontation.”

Mr. Graubard, a graduate of George Washington University, has been practicing for nearly 45 years. His pro-bono work includes assisting non-profits with tax issues and work on civil rights litigation. Known for bringing a sense of empathy to all consultations, he stresses the individual nature of every client. He is admitted to practice in New York, the Second CircuitCourt of Appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court.


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