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March 5, 2019
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In drafting a settlement agreement, the devil is in the details. - Pete Wright.
Settling a case avoids the delay, expense, uncertainty, and emotional strain associated with litigation. A settlement agreement offers more flexibility in crafting a remedy.
Yet few agreements are more complex than settlement agreements.
A well-crafted settlement agreement can be very effective in resolving disputes and allowing the parties to move forward. A poorly-crafted agreement can create new problems, and lead to even more litigation.
In this issue of the Special Ed Advocate learn about conflict, and other obstacles to effective
advocacy. Demystify a settlement agreement by learning how to structure the agreement and what to avoid. Get a sample.
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