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Litigation: Is Going to Court the Best Choice?
Litigation can be costly and time consuming. There are options. If you are considering filing suit or have been sued, you may be surprised to know the following:
~ “Pro se” litigants, individuals who appear in court without legal representation, are accountable to the same procedural rules as parties that have attorneys.
~ In most cases in New Hampshire before any actual hearing, all parties are often required to participate in some form of mediation or other alternate dispute resolution process in an attempt to resolve their differences, and that participation in some type of alternate process may be possible even before suit is filed.
~ “Unbundled” legal services are now permitted, and allow for an attorney’s legal assistance without the necessity of a long-term commitment to an attorney-client relationship. This might take the form of advice only or preparing pleadings. To find out more, please see the article in this website, “What are “unbundled legal services”?
Our firm has experienced litigators in personal injury, family law, real estate, construction law, probate and business law matters, as well as trained mediators, arbitrators and neutral evaluators available to speak with you about your legal needs.
Link to resources: find court rules, state laws (RSAs), “Your Guide to New Hampshire Courts,” directions to court: