Game Theory & the Transformation of Family Law: A New Bargaining Model for Attorneys and Mediators to Optimize Outcomes For by Kenneth H. Waldron

Game Theory & the Transformation of Family Law: A New Bargaining Model for Attorneys and Mediators…

byKenneth H. Waldron, Allan R. Koritzinsky

Kobo ebook | October 13, 2015

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In this groundbreaking book, principles derived from game theory are applied to family law, an arena often plagued by bitterness and what appears to be irrational behavior. The principles of game theory—the scientific study of how and why people make decisions—lends itself to the practice of family law in our traditional divorce system, one that often leads to rational but self-defeating, sometimes destructive decision-making. The authors propose a new approach lawyers and mediators can use to: improve success rates optimize outcomes for both parties decrease conflict divide property determine custody arrangements establish constructive coparenting relationships Revolutionize your understanding of family law. Learn how utilizing the mathematical principles of game theory can help you, as a legal professional, to create enhanced outcomes for your clientsenhanced outcomes for your clients, their families, processes between attorneys, and your business. The whole family, and especially the children, will benefit.
Title:Game Theory & the Transformation of Family Law: A New Bargaining Model for Attorneys and Mediators…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 13, 2015Publisher:High Conflict Institute PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1936268957

ISBN - 13:9781936268955

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