808 Mediate

Why Choose 808 Mediate?

Debra has been helping people find temporary and permanent solutions since 1982.

Debra is a no-nonsense mediator who can save you time and money. Debra can quickly provide zoom appointments with hours that work with your busy schedules and help both parties reach an agreement when previously stuck.
Mediation is an approved way for Hawaiians to speed through the bogged down court system where there is a conflict dispute.

Debra currently serves as a Confidential Intermediary with a Division of the Arizona Supreme Court. She retired from law enforcement to become a private investigator to help people find solutions and still maintains licensing in Arizona and California. Debra is a volunteer with many Innocence Projects and Cold Case Investigation Units across the country.

Debra holds certifications in basic, advanced, landlord-tenant disputes and divorce mediation and attends regular dispute resolution training to stay current with Hawaiian laws. She is a volunteer mediator with Mediation of the Pacific in Hawaii.

Debra’s negotiation skills include being a wife, mother, grandmother, and dog mom to three precious pups.

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    The information and materials on this website are provided for general informational purposes only. We attempt to provide quality information, but the law changes frequently and varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. The information provided by Debra Allen is general and may not apply to specific factual or legal circumstances. An attorney and client relationship should never be implied. This website and posting are not meant to imply or replace the advice of an attorney. If you need legal advice, please consult with an attorney licensed to practice in your jurisdiction.