Civil Litigation


civilThere are many types of Civil Litigation – Civil litigation encompasses a broad range of disputes, and litigators generally specialize in one or two specific practice areas. We specialize in the following areas: business litigation, products liability, general tort law, divorce and personal injury.

In a divorce, the vast majority of family law proceedings come about as a result of the termination of a marriage or romantic relationship. We will help our clients to file for a separation or divorce, for alimony, and for child custody, visitation, and support. Spouses that have been married for a short time, may seek an annulment, and special rights may exist between same-sex couples. We will work with you in the division of property at the end of a marriage.

In a contested family law case, most people understand that hiring a skilled attorney will provide an advantage. We will locate any assets or income the other party has or is trying to hide, present arguments regarding child support and visitation, and even take the case to trial if settlement talks fail. Attorney representation is just as crucial in uncontested cases, however. Without it, a party is vulnerable and can unknowingly waive important legal rights.

In Business Litigation, when business disputes arise, and when they can’t be resolved through negotiation or arbitration proceedings, business litigation can be used as a way to remedy the situation. Whether it’s a private individual or a business entity that has a legal issue with another business entity, we will look at common circumstances that are resolved with business litigation.

When business disputes occur between a business and an individual or between two business entities, resolution without resorting to business litigation will always be preferable for everyone involved. In cases where that just isn’t possible, a good business litigation attorney can be invaluable in protecting your rights and your company’s business interests. We will protect your rights to get you the best outcome possible.

Frequently Asked Civil Litigation Questions


Usually within 6 months – 1 ½ years depending on the seriousness of the case.
There is a statute of limitations of 2 years on the accident or any kind from the date of the accident.
Usually you will have to pay for any out of pocket expenses in connection with the law suit but that is negotiable when discuss the circumstances with the Attorney. You may be able to work with the Attorney on a contingency basis and the expenses are then taken out at the end.

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