I have provided below a link to my 17 questions to facilitate dispute resolution. The perspective is litigation but the questions are useful for pre-litigation, and also for disputes and resolution regardless of litigation. Use it and pass it to other people who would be interested. I believe that you will find the questions useful to focus on the strengths and weakness of the dispute and options for resolution.
Here is the link to the 17 Questions to Facilitate Dispute Resolution: 17 Questions to Facilitate Dispute Resolution, David Tate, Esq. 03282019
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