So you’ve been served with a lawsuit, now what? One of the most important things to do when you’ve been served with a lawsuit is to file an answer. In Nebraska state courts, once you are served with a lawsuit, you have 30 days to file an answer or otherwise plead. For actions filed in.
Lawyers are finally recognizing that some clients need just a little help. Ten years ago, trying to find a lawyer who would help you find your own way through the legal system was next to impossible. This is because, traditionally, attorneys have either taken on overall responsibility for a client’s case or declined to get.
Thompson Law Office in Omaha is pleased to welcome Terry White as a new attorney with the law firm. Ms. White is an experienced litigator whose legal practice has included working with two of Omaha’s most well-respected law firms prior to joining Thompson Law Office. Her experience has included work for both plaintiffs and defendants. .
Long Term Care expenses, and particularly Nursing Home care, can quickly deplete a family’s assets. While most of the work of an elder law attorney is focused on finding the best payment source for clients in need of care, sometimes clients come to an attorney after already having accrued an arrears on their bill. On.
Mediation is cheaper, faster, and more amicable than taking a dispute to court. Small businesses may benefit tremendously from using mediation — rather than litigation — to resolve conflicts. Small business owners are just as likely as major corporations to run into conflict with neighboring businesses, employees, customers, vendors, or with their own business partners,.
Here are a few ways you can help your lawyer with your lawsuit – and increase your chances of success in court. The relationship between lawyer and client often comes under considerable strain during the long course of a lawsuit, and how well you and your lawyer manage that relationship can significantly affect your litigation.
We are embracing “limited scope representation.” Learn more at http://www.supremecourt.ne.gov/self-help/lim-scope-rep-client.pdf.