Most people don't realize that certain attorneys are more experienced in courtroom work than others when they first seek legal help. People in need of legal help are aware that every attorney is a specialist, but often they find themselves in a scramble to find the right litigator in case things turn sour. These signs will help you identify when your case is headed towards litigation.
#1: There is Ambiguity in Any Legal Document
In Arizona, guardianship lawyers are often called upon to represent clients in court when a simple error in a will or testament is discovered. Many people can be convinced that the way they interpret someone's final wishes is correct and will go to court to prove it.
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#2: The other side has hired a litigation lawyer
In Arizona, you should seriously consider speaking with a competent litigator if you find out that the other side has already hired one. You may be surprised by a court filing if the other side decides to work with that attorney. It is better to work with an attorney before papers are filed, regardless of whether it is guardianship or divorce.
These are just a few reasons to work with a litigator. This list is not comprehensive and is not meant to provide legal advice. This guideline is intended to help you prepare for potential legal action and decide if you may benefit from the services of a litigator.