20 Jan 2014

Will I have to go to court?

In the majority of cases, court hearings are inevitable. In many cases, they are quite informal and are mostly designed to give the parties a chance to settle their differences and reach a mutually acceptable settlement. Trials, on the other hand, require extensive preparation and the outcome is almost always uncertain. Although the prospect of a trial is intimidating to many people, it does not have to be. If your case gets that far, I will ensure you are well-prepared for the trial process and know exactly what to expect throughout the proceedings.

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