Before any negotiation can begin, both the party proposing and receiving the contract must have an understanding of what it is they are hoping to achieve from the deal. Thus, the first step is to speak with Range Law Firm to identify your goals and what you must receive in the contract. After listing your must-haves, want-to-haves, should-haves, and do-not-wants, consider what the other party wants. Be prepared to receive their list of asks and demands.
The parties then usually discuss matters addressed in the contract casually without attorneys present. After the discussion, the attorney will listen to the feedback of their client regarding changes they would like to make to the contract. The attorney will send a revised document to the other party’s attorney, who will then review it and explain the new terms and any risks it involves to their client. Further changes could be made, possibly involving more direct communication and conversation between the lawyers of both parties. The process continues like this until both parties are satisfied.
If a contract is negotiable, Range Law Firm will pursue negotiations to achieve favorable terms for you