Interest-Based Bargaining  Family Law Terminology

Interest-Based Bargaining

Interest-Based Bargaining:  Is negotiation method used in mediation. It begins with both parties educating the other of their needs (interests) and the parties work together to ensure both parties can meet their respective needs fully.

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