Conventionally, once the parties reach a resolution, a settlement agreement is drafted using, as much as possible, the parties' language. All of the parties must agree to the agreement. The agreement must be clear and specific with no ambiguities, and signed by all of the parties. The parties have a right to refer to an attorney before signing the agreement. For facilitation, the Parties are free to choose other non-conventional means of agreement such as verbal agreement or a memorandum of agreement.