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Although we do not provide referrals, we can provide a list of resources where you may obtain an Attorney or Paralegal from.
You may seek out an enforcement attorney or paralegal from the following places:
A Collection & Enforcement Attorney or Paralegal will likely know the process for confirming an Arbitration Award. We do suggest providing any legal representative with the information and resources provided to you within these resources, this will give them a better insight into what you are trying to accomplish.
It is stated in FairClaims rules that the delinquent party is to pay any attorney's fees:
FairClaims cannot guarantee that the attorney will be able to tack on the costs of their services and the filing fees to the award that is to be reimbursed. The attorney/paralegal will likely need to draft up a petition/motion to include this, if they can, as it does vary per state/county. We ask that users ask the attorney to take a look at the California document, which has a specific part for this to use as a point of reference.
California adr-106 section 10 line F - http://www.courts.ca.gov/documents/adr106.pdf
**FairClaims does not endorse the legal abilities of any attorney or paralegal hired by you and assumes no liability for their work. In using the above resources to obtain legal assistance you agree you are independently making personal decisions based upon your needs with regard to any of the above individuals you may decide to contact. You and whichever paralegal or attorney you may hire will be responsible for determining fees, scope of work, and expectations**
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