“Mature Warrior” Attorney and Alternative Dispute Professional Daniel Lounsbury Joins Mediation.com

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Following his “mature warrior” philosophy to seek solutions instead of bluster and threats, Lounsbury announced move as part of campaign to raise online profile.

Daniel Lounsbury | Willamette Valley Legal

Daniel Lounsbury | Willamette Valley Legal

…That’s my approach: Creative and smart – I don’t worry about my pride, I just worry about defending my client’s interests.

With more than twenty of experience, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) professional and seasoned attorney Daniel Lounsbury has learned that being loud and threatening is not always the best strategy for the best interests of his clients. Armed with the benefit of his experience, he recently announced his membership in the nation’s fastest-growing online ADR portal, Mediation.com, as part of an effort to connect more easily with a wider client base.

“I always tell the story of the mature Japanese Samurai challenged to a fight by an obnoxious younger warrior,” said Lounsbury. “The older samurai says he will fight on a deserted island and rows them out to it. The younger warrior leaps out and rushes to gain the advantage of higher ground ... and the experienced samurai simply rows away. That’s my approach: Creative and smart – I don’t worry about my pride, I just worry about defending my client’s interests.”

Specializing in family law matters including divorce, child custody and high-asset divorces, Lounsbury also handles personal injury cases including car accidents and criminal law cases. As a father of seven, he has a special sensitivity for family law cases involving children. As an attorney or a mediator, Lounsbury always seeks the creative solution that will benefit his clients the most.

A graduate of the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, Lounsbury is widely published on a variety of legal and ADR issues, and deeply involved with his community, devoting his time and experience to several pro bono activities, including the Modest Means Program and the Marion/Polk County Legal Aid office.

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