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Tag Archives: negotiation

Enter the Realm of Reasonableness

Posted in Practice Issues

Yesterday, I blogged about the illusory "final offer", noting that most cases settle.  The reason for that is that there is a realm of reason, a range if you will, where cases with similar facts and circumstances, should resolve themselves based upon experience, statutes, case law, Guidelines, etc.  In most cases, absent wide valuation disparities, esoteric issues, bona… Continue Reading

How to Not Settle Your Case

Posted in Practice Issues

Having just experienced several months of "interesting", to say the least, negotiations on several matters, it got me thinking about creating a list of things to do if you really don’t want to settle your case.  Hey, every body is entitled to their day in court if they want it. So what if there is… Continue Reading

READ MARK ASHTON’S EXCELLENT POST ENTITLED “A DIVORCE NEGOTIATION PRIMER”

Posted in Divorce, Practice Issues

Mark Ashton, a partner in our Exton, Pennsylvania office, and a contributor the firm’s Pennsylvania Family Law blog, wrote an excellent post on that blog entitled "A Divorce Negotiation Primer". There are several points I would like to highlight: negotiations are confidential and cannot be introduced in court, except for very limited circumstances, but not as to the ultimate… Continue Reading