Among the most common assumptions parties make in any court case is that you are guaranteed a “day in court,” and that your judge has no prejudices and will always be as interested in your case as you are. Let’s set the record straight about some realities of going to court.
Your right to a “day in court.”
There is no... Read More
Once a case is filed, it triggers a 120-day window to have a copy delivered (served) on the opposing party. If that doesn’t happen, you have to file all over again and pay another filing fee. Is there an advantage in filing first? Before a case is filed, then either party has all the time in the world to... Read More