How Do Lawyers Counsel Clients During Cold-Feet Mediation Moments?

How Do Lawyers Counsel Clients During Cold-Feet Mediation Moments?

“Cold feet” can be defined as an apprehension or doubt strong enough to prevent a planned course of action. Mediators come across this phenomenon, when everything is agreed and then one of the parties develops cold feet!

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