What Are The Benefits Of Collaborative Negotiation?
Having two attorneys involved would seem to produce the same cost as litigation. It really does not. In a traditional setting of two parties, two attorneys, costs quickly add up with court appearances (and the time spent waiting for the case to be called), preparation for court, depositions and other formal discovery methods. Collaborative negotiation allows the parties to focus on their own issues and control the process as compared to the control attorneys and the court have in litigation. To learn more about collaborative family law and collaborative negotiation in California please contact the family law lawyers at Bartholomew & Wasznicky LLP.