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Victor Daniels

Law Offices of Victor J. Daniels

Victor Daniels

Victor J. Daniels, a Professional Law Corporation, is a full service law firm handling litigation in most areas of practice, including:

  • Business
  • Family Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Business & Commercial Contracts

Available to be appointed as Mediator on your case

  • Panel Mediator for the United States District Court, Central District of California
  • Counseled on custody, support, and domestic violence for the Harriett Buhai Center for Family Law
  • Participated at the American Inns of Court, an organization with branches across the United States which is dedicated to promoting ethics and mentoring new admittees to the Bar

Civil litigation includes:

  • Business litigation and contracts0
  • Real estate matters
  • Family / Divorce disputes
  • Prenuptial agreements and paternity issues
  • Personal injury
  • Labor and employment law
  • Probate litigation
  • Appeals (all appellate courts, and small claims appeals)

Not every case will go to trial, when a vast majority settle beforehand, sometimes at arbitration or mediation.

In an Arbitration, a neutral third party (usually a retired judge or an attorney) will listen to the facts and legal arguments put forward by the parties and their attorneys. The arbitrator will then make a decision. If one side (or both) dislikes the decision, a request may be made to the court to set the case for trial, as long as the arbitration is not binding.

Mediation differs from arbitration in one crucial aspect. There is no decision by the neutral third party. Instead, the mediator talks to the parties separately and tries to see if they can reach common ground. If it does not settle, the parties will go to trial.

Education

  •  University of London, Bachelor of Law

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