Effectively Representing Clients in Family Mediation
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This book provides lawyers with advice about selecting a mediator, preparing clients for mediation, and coaching the clients through the negotiation process to a settlement. It offers wise perspectives, examples from cases, and bullet-point practice tips.
Table of Contents:
- Expanding Your Practice by Representing Clients in Mediation
- Family Lawyer as Dispute Resolution Manager
- Mediation Confidentiality
- Representing Clients in Court-Ordered Mediation
- Using a Limited Scope Approach (Unbundling) to Represent Clients Outside and Inside the Mediation Room
- Representing Clients in Mediation with a Collaborative Lawyering Approach
- Setting up the Mediation
- Building an Agreement Your Client Can Live with
- Reaching Agreement
- Reviewing and Drafting Mediated Agreements
- Preventing Future Conflict
- Be a Peacemaker
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