Don’t you hate it when the opposing lawyer sends you a court order he wrote himself and got the judge to sign? Now you can do the same. Writing a proposed order is easy; getting a judge to sign it is the hard part. But it can be done with a few facts and the right law.
All of us at Courtroom5 enjoy our live chats with pro se litigants. They help us understand the kinds of questions regular people have about litigation. And they remind us why we do what we do. Long days get shorter when you’ve helped someone, especially at no cost to them.
We learn something new from each question. But we also make sure the members of Courtroom5 don’t have questions like these, because they’re able to answer their own questions on their own steam. Better yet, they’re able to do something with the answers. Isn’t it time you joined us?
Analyze your case to create an effective litigation strategy. It’s a process of finding the elements of each claim and defense, and testing them against available facts and evidence. Bonus: It’s not rocket science.
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You’ll likely fall back on your TV knowledge the first time you get sued. It won’t be long before you realize you’re out of your depth. You’ll feel confused, overwhelmed and desperate. But once you get your emotions under control, there are really only three things you need to do.