What Is An Early Neutral Assessment / Evaluation?
While you’re in the early stages of preparing your case, you may have a lot of questions about whether or not you have a strong position and can expect a favorable outcome. Because of how close to the situation you are, it can be difficult to have an objective view – even if you feel like you can take a step back and look at your case with an outsider’s eye, there’s always the risk of overlooking a vital piece of information that could come back to haunt you once you’re in the midst of your trial. No matter what type of situation you’re facing, it can be incredibly valuable to seek outside assistance to get a fresh and knowledgeable perspective.
Our attorneys at The Harris Law Firm offer early neutral evaluations (ENE) and early neutral assessments (ENA) to clients looking for the advice of an experienced attorney about the strength of their case. This objective evaluation or assessment can help move you away from potentially unrealistic positions that could negatively affect your case, or at the very least provide you with useful insight into the strengths and weaknesses of your case.
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The value you get out of hiring an attorney for an ENE or ENA heavily depends on your willingness to adjust your position based on the information and advice you receive, how ready you are to reach a compromise with the other party or parties involved, and the faith you have in the objectivity and fairness of the neutral third party.
Our family law attorneys at The Harris Law Firm have over 250 years of combined experience and have dedicated their careers to providing quality family law representation and advice to clients throughout Colorado. Our team has honed their skills throughout the 8,000+ family law cases they have handled, so you can count on us to give you the fair and knowledgeable advice you need to create a strong case that will result in a beneficial outcome for you and your family. If you are interested in learning more about how we can help you in your case, give us a call at (303) 622-5502, or fill out our online form to send us your information and request a legal evaluation.