General Litigation


General litigation refers to a broad range of legal representation, comprising of all cases of non-criminal nature, which are tried and remedied in a civil court setting. Civil law encompasses lawsuits such as those brought against individuals, organizations, associations, governmental agencies and business entities. Some familiar examples include business disagreements, such as contract disputes; proceedings pertaining to divorce and child support cases; and disputes between individuals who seek monetary damages through the court system. Civil courts and general litigation lawyers seek to provide legal remedy to a problem, impossible to resolve peacefully outside of the legal system and the walls of the civil court. Call The Law Office of Alexander Paykin, P.C. today for a free consultation.