Can high-conflict cases be resolved through the negotiation or only via litigation?

By Erin McGaughey
January 21, 2016

It's always helpful to have coaches involved or mental health professionals to give them some direction and some strength in terms of the negotiations, helping them understand what are the emotions that they’re feeling and what's in their best interest. What you know legally is going on here, understanding what they need to do, and giving them the tools to get through the emotions will allow them to deal with the deal on the table.

Partner at McGaughey & Spirito, California family lawyer Erin McGaughey handles complex divorce cases that involve child custody issues, financial issues, and business interests.

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January 21, 2016
Categories:  Legal Issues|FAQs

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