WHAT LITIGATION MEANS TO YOU
Has someone infringed on your rights?
If so, you may want to file a lawsuit against the person/business entity that has caused the harm. There are many considerations to think about before filing a lawsuit, for instance how much you have been damaged, what evidence exists to prove the damages, where the potential defendant resides, etc.
There are many different types of litigation ranging from enforcing a contract to enforcing your intellectual property rights. Speaking to a lawyer can help you determine what your legal rights are and if litigation is the way to enforce those rights.
Have you been served?
If you have been served legal documents either by a sheriff or a private process server, you have a limited amount of time to respond to those documents. It is important that you contact a lawyer as soon as possible to discuss your rights and what those legal documents mean.
I run a small business, why should I care about legal advice?
Small business entities are the types of businesses that need legal advice the most. Small businesses have hard working owners who need legal protection to protect themselves and their families from personal liability. If the proper corporate governance standards are not followed, small business owners open themselves up to personal liability. Contact our office today and we can review your corporate books to make sure that your company is in compliance.
I am thinking about buying real estate or entering into a lease for real estate. Do I need legal advice?
Buying or selling real estate is one of the largest financial transactions an individual will make over the course of his or her life. The same goes for businesses entering into a lease for commercial property.
Real estate transactions give rise to a number of legal questions that a lawyer with real estate background and experience is best equipped to answer. Lenders, title companies, and real estate brokers cannot give legal advice.
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