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Pleadings

Legal Pleadings

Drawing the Battle Lines

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Say What You Must Prove

Pleadings say what the fight is about.

Weak pleadings lose cases.

Powerful pleadings win.

Proper pleadings lay a firm foundation for your case.

Proper pleadings state all the facts you must prove to win.

Proper pleadings tell the court who should win and why.

This class includes sample pleadings and shows you how to write proper pleadings to win your case.

Includes

Winning is Easy
Know the facts you must prove.
State the facts in your pleadings.
Prove the facts with discovery.
Move the court for judgment.
This Course Shows How

  • Where the Battle Begins
  • Allege + Prove = Victory
  • Pleadings in General
  • Jurisdictional Allegations
  • Factual Allegations
  • The All-Important WHEREFORE clause
  • Evidence Discovering Allegations in Pleadings
  • Demand for Jury Trial
  • The Six (6) Types of Complaints
  • Components of All Good Complaints
  • How to Write Pleading Paragraphs
  • Answers and What MUST be Included
  • Conclusion
 

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