Going to court is a bummer, but going to court unprepared and without solid legal representation is a triple bummer. Whether you’re dealing with an estate in probate and want to make sure you’re being treated fairly by Oregon law, or are perhaps dealing with a lawsuit or contract dispute, you need help.
If you live in the Pacific Northwest, it’s crucial you work with legal representation from the same area. Laws are highly specific to each state, and it’s you need to be up on the differences in order to get the best litigation outcome. For instance, if you live in Oregon and work in Washington, you might need to know the laws for both states in-depth, in which case an attorney who specializes in both is just the ticket. They must also be knowledgeable about federal laws, in the event that your case escalates.
That’s where Underwood Law comes in, so don’t hesitate to reach out and let us know what you need today.
Underwood Law assists its clients with Civil Litigation needs by providing seasoned legal advice regarding:
- The Prosecution and Defense of Civil Actions and suits in Federal Court, Oregon Courts, and Washington Courts
- Arbitration Prosecution and Defense Services
- Jury Trials
- Bench Trials
- Motion Practice
- Contract, Real Property, Civil Actions, & Probate Matters
- HOA Disputes
- Commercial & Consumer Collections
Civil Litigation Topics
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