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We love annswering your important legal questions and helping guide our clients to positive outcomes. Below are some of the most frequent questions we hear.  Got a great question for us. Click below to submit one.

Why Do I need an Attorney to settle a business litigation matter?

A business litigation attorney can guide you through the process of resolving a business dispute based on applicable laws. An attorney can often identify ways to resolve a dispute quickly, without the case proceeding to a lawsuit or trial matter. A business litigation attorney can also explore resolution methods while building a case that will be strong enough to stand up in court should that be the result.

What documents do I need to bring to a business litigation consultation?

When you first meet with an attorney, it is helpful to have a timeline of events. What happened, when, and who was involved. Creating this timeline is also helpful when gathering documents related to the case. Gather any related contracts, correspondence between you and the other party (text, emails, etc.), photographs, and any contact information for parties or witnesses as applicable.

If I have been harassed at work and file a complaint, will my lawyer make me quit my job?

Every employment law claim is different. Generally, lawyers will not encourage you to quit your job unless you are in danger. In some cases, quitting your job before or during the claims process can make it more difficult to prove your case.

If I have been presented with a severance agreement by my employer, must I agree immediately?

No, but you should have a lawyer take a look at any severance agreement presented to you. You have a right to ask for more time so that you know your rights. A lawyer will help you determine whether the existing provisions in the severance agreement are fair and whether the severance amount reflects any outstanding wages due to you. There is room to negotiate.

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Uplift Law moves with you and maintains a completely remote and digital law firm. Our mailing address is:

650 N. Rose Dr., Ste. 620 Placentia, CA 92870

info@upliftlaw.net

714-248-5612

Fax: 714-582-3990

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