Sonja here. Welcome to the last day of How To Slay In Court Without A Lawyer.
I hope your case is moving in the right direction.
We don’t always know the right direction as pro se litigants, do we? So I wanted to share some quick stories of people who got what they needed in court.
- Anne got suckered into paying a general contractor before he finished her in-law suite, and the job was left undone. She sued, and the contractor fought back. But after three long years, she won a $15,000 judgment plus costs.
- Patrick had been unemployed for over a year and unable to pay his mortgage when the lender sought foreclosure. The bank surrendered five years later and dismissed the case, leaving Patrick with an affordable, modified mortgage and a hefty savings account filled with missed payments.
- When Ernesto’s daughter needed surgery, he knew the medical bills would drag him into court. He found a few billing errors and applied some civil procedure to delay the trial for years. The debt collector finally settled for a third of the amount due.
What Anne, Patrick and Ernesto had in common was a specific vision for the way their cases would end, and a strategy for getting there.
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