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Do you have questions to ask a divorce lawyer? As divorce attorneys in Virginia, we find most people ask the same top 10 questions, so we thought it would be helpful to give you the answers. This way, you can understand the process a little better. Deciding to end a marriage is a big decision and the unknown can sometimes be scary. Going through a divorce can leave you feeling nervous and uncertain. Yet, we find that the more you know, the better you’ll feel moving forward. Just remember, you’re not alone.
Let’s talk about the top 5 types of civil litigation cases and how you can protect yourself. To start, what is civil litigation, and what makes it different from criminal cases? Civil litigation is the legal process used to resolve civil disputes. These are disputes that don’t involve criminal allegations. They could involve anything from car accidents to breaches of contract.
As a contractor, you’ve probably faced construction contract disputes. You’re in a complex business that includes many people and details. It’s not just you and the home or landowner. You have subcontractors, architects, and vendors that play a role in the project’s completion. There are materials, dates, and costs. A construction contract helps cover all of the details.
A Legal Subscription Service Plan, also known as a General Counsel Plan, can provide legal services for your business at an affordable price. You may be thinking, how can it help and why would I need it? First ask yourself, have you ever spent money to hire a lawyer in an emergency? What about when you started your company? Did you set it up the right way so you and your company are protected? Do you use contracts in your business? These and many other questions point to the need for experienced legal counsel. But can you afford it? Can you afford not to?
When you set up a new business, it’s important to know the legal steps involved. The laws associated with launching a new business vary by state and can be complex. In Virginia, new business owners must pick a unique name, apply for Virginia licenses and more. Business law can be tricky, so it’s always a good idea to work with an attorney licensed in your state.
So, you’ve been sued. Someone thinks you have done something wrong, and they have hired a lawyer. You have in your hands a complaint and summons, and you’re trying to figure out what to do next. This can be a scary prospect, and it’s definitely not like in the movies. Take a deep breath and know that we are here to help. We’ve made a list of steps you should take if you are being sued. It’s important that you proceed with caution to protect your legal rights.