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Affirmative Defenses

Affirmative Defenses

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How Defendants Fight Back

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Basketball SquirrelLearn How to Fight Back!

Good defenses have teeth!

Good defenses are called "affirmative defenses".

This class shows you what they are and how to use them to fight back at those who come after you in court.

Imagine a basketball team good on offense but clumsy when it comes to snatching the ball from the other side and swishing the net at their own goal!

Weak defenses lose on the basketball court and in law court!

Too many people don't defend at all. They just file an empty answer to their opponent's complaint and don't file any affirmative defenses at all. Not smart!

By doing so they tie one hand behind their back and give their opponent a tremendous advantage that was totally unnecessary!

This class shows you how to use affirmative defenses and kick back at your opposition instead of merely filing a weak answer to his or her claims and waiting for the continuing attack against you!

Defend affirmatively!

Fight back!

Then, if someone takes you to court, kick them in the teeth and walk away with your victory!

And, if you sue someone else, know how to reply forcefully to your opponent's affirmative defenses and weaken his position quickly before his defenses can take effect.

This amazing class is complete with forms and multiple examples.

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