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Conflict prevention in the letter of essential principles
For the development of this work that is the prevention of conflicts, emphasis is placed on the legal advice and advice of a lawyer before performing any action that may lead to a legal consequence, the lawyer’s office must be considered more than anything as anything asPreventive, evading undesirable legal scenarios as much.
Conflict prevention is already part of the letter of essential principles of European law, however, it is very little known socially, but actions are being carried out to change this, for an improvement in the protection of rights and thus decreases thelitigation. Conflict prevention is not known for the lack of dissemination and training in society.
In the first place, a different approach is also needed to avoid and solve conflicts, this would be given if the profession is exercised using guidelines in advance and conflict prevention, but above all it is required that the individual seek legal advice beforeCreate the conflict. Currently few are the people looking for this advice.
Secondly, do the exercise of collaborative practices by lawyers towards citizens who need preventive advice. Collaborative practice is an alternative conflict management and resolution method, with these practices, an agreement is sought through the private agreement, in which both parties have the support and advice of their lawyer at all times, as well asThe advice of professionals in the field, in which their interference is of the utmost importance for an equitable resolution for each of the parties in all cases.
And in third and last place, mediation has to be favored by lawyers, arbitration, since the lawyer who has to represent his client must take into account that the method of solution and development is valid only if it servesTo obtain a desired result by both parties, the so -called common good. The judicial process is not the only means to resolve conflicts, so is negotiation, resorting to the aforementioned, arbitration or conciliation. The consolidation or arbitration is the most feasible, since the time for the judicial process is more extensive and the cost is much higher.