When it comes to the courtroom, you need to know that you can trust the attorney representing you and your affairs. That fact is the most important when it comes to cases of civil litigation, as lawyers have to deal with monetary matters, property, injury, divorce, or other sensitive subjects.
What Should You Look for in an Attorney?
When hiring a lawyer, you should not have any reservations about their experience, qualifications, or their competence in the matters at hand. You should not feel rushed at consultations or meetings; be sure that your attorney is taking their time with you and answering any and all questions you may have regarding your case. Your attorney should be considered an expert in civil law as well as your respective state-specific law. They should be highly analytical, always do their research, know how to negotiate, and be your most loyal advocate.
What Does Civil Litigation Encompass?
Civil litigation, in short, is a legal case in which there is no criminal punishment as a result, but rather money distributed or action taken on a specific matter. We at Lucé Evans Law pride ourselves in our experience in business, real estate, personal injury, and fraud litigation, as well as business or personal lawsuits.
For further clarification on civil litigation from Harvard Law, “Lawyers who practice civil litigation represent parties in trials, arbitrations and mediations before administrative agencies, foreign tribunals, and federal, state, and local courts.”
Why Should You Call a Lucé Evans Law Attorney to Handle Your Civil Litigation Case?
Simply put, you should hire a civil litigation attorney from Lucé Evans Law for our exceptional experience. This is a team made up of loyal, hardworking, passionate, and dedicated lawyers that will do everything in our power to win your case. You can fully trust us every step of the way. Our office is based in McKinney, and we service all of Collin County. We are also not limited to civil litigation law; we can help you additionally in many other legal aspects including personal injury cases, divorce law and criminal.