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Family and Civil



The process of civil litigation can be a long and costly process. Civil litigation can involve many issues, and many topics. I believe the way of the future for the legal profession in civil litigation is to challenge these high costs, and try to find other methods to resolve the majority of the issues involved in today's civil litigation.

Civil litigation can be broken down into stages, and these are:

1. Presuit : which involves presuit investigation, including an attempt to settle the matter without litigation. Settlements can be attempted through a presuit mediation, or negotiations between attorneys.
2. Filing Suit: a lawsuit is prepared, and filed.
3. Discovery: this is the stage where the costs for a lawsuit can sky rocket. This stage involves depositions, interrogatories, request for production and other discovery procedures.
4. Trial: this is the actual stage, when you have the opportunity to present your case to a judge or jury, and receive a verdict.
5. Appeals: this stage is used if you decide to appeal the outcome of the trial to a higher court.

One of the great weapons of a trial lawyer is FACTS. The increased number of facts a trial lawyer posessions in a case, the greater chance of success for his client.


  This firm operates with a  tradition of integrity, common sense, technical expertise and with a principle that "Justice for All" applies to everyone. Further, the firm works for timely resolution of difficult family matters with a minimal level of confrontation, specially when children are involved.

    With the "client's interests at heart," the firm handles divorce and property cases, child custody and support, visitation, adoption, wills, criminal, personal injury, business and other legal matters. Through effective use of state-of-the-art technology, Weismuller Law Firm handles complex cases requiring extensive research and analysis.


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