Coming to a dispute resolution agreement through a discussion
Where parties are amicable and have a similar idea of what is fair and appropriate, they are able to reach an agreement. They can then take this agreement to a lawyer to have it formalised. It is not necessary for both parties to have their own lawyer. One party can instruct a lawyer to draft the relevant documents which can then be agreed by the other party. Discussion between parties assist in a dispute resolution agreement between the two parties.