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Regardless of your specific claim, litigation is all about choices. It is crucial that you understand what your options are, with their accompanying costs and benefits. At Strother Law Office, we ensure that you are completely aware of all aspects of your case.
Litigation: Should I go to Court?
You deserve a lawyer you can trust. Someone who will give your case the time it requires. I can help you identify and evaluate your choices. In addition to the specific kinds of litigation discussed on other pages of this website, I have prosecuted and defended claims for breach of contract, negligence, libel, slander, interference with a contract, breach of fiduciary duties and insurance claims for health and disability benefits. I can help you evaluate the costs and benefits of pursuing your claims in a variety of areas. Give me a call today to discuss your claim.
At Strother Law Office, we work to earn your trust by personally giving your case the time it requires.
Divorces, Child Custody or Spousal Support, Modifications and Contempts are all emotional issues. In pursuing any of these issues, you need to think not only with your heart but with your head as well, recognizing that some of these issues, particularly child custody and support, will probably be revisited from time to time in the future and that some issues might better be litigated in the future.
The overlap of issues can be very difficult. I can help you sort through and prioritize the issues and evaluate what can be accomplished right now and what should be addressed later.
Construction law is technical. Issues commonly turn on the specific terms and conditions of your contract for the customs and standards of the industry in your area. I can help you interpret the contracts, determine what the customs and standards are and decide whether it is economically worthwhile to bring a claim.
There are many firms who use paralegals or legal assistants to evaluate personal injury claims in an assembly-line process in which you seldom get to speak with an attorney. I evaluate your claims personally and give realistic advice from the outset.