A case coach can help the attorney frame their client’s “story” for litigation, pulling out relevant case facts and working with the attorney to present those facts to the Court — or to other professionals involved in the case — in a manner that most benefits the client.
A case coach can be useful for Mediation and Early Neutral Evaluations, motion hearings, and settlement conferences of all types.
A case coach can also be used to assist the attorney in preparing for trial, including assistance with preparation of direct and cross examination of the client, the opposing party, experts and other witnesses.
Case coaching requires a contract between the coach and the attorney. Hourly rates apply and a deposit is required. Contact Family Dispute Resolution Services, LLC for additional information about how we can help you.