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Finding Agreement

Finding Agreement Without Fighting

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Why Fight If You Don't Have To?

This class in the complete course gives you a tool you can use to settle disputes without a fight. I've used it many times. It works!

Many lawsuits can be resolved without a fight.

Costs include filing fees, transcripts, what you pay a lawyer (if you hire one), what you may be ordered to pay your opponent's lawyer (if he or she has one), and precious time you can never get back again or use for something more enjoyable!

Stipulations are an alternative ... if both parties agree.

Stipulations are simply joint motions moving the court to enter an order approving what the parties agree to in their stipulation.

The most common stipulations are: (1) Stipulation for Judgment and (2) Stipulation in Lieu of Judgment (i.e., agreement instead of judgment).

Sample forms for both are included in this class.

Stipulation for Judgment

This is used when both parties agree the fight isn't worth the time and money they will both spend if the case drags on.

It moves the court to enter final judgment on terms agreed to.

These are usually offered by parties expecting to lose and accepted by parties who have a shot at winning but realize it isn't worth the cost and risk of continuing the fight.

Case closed.

Stipulation in Lieu of Judgment

Stipulations are a popular way to dispose of a case when parties can agree to be bound by terms that the court approves by an order binding on both parties.

This is used when one party knows he will lose and chooses to promise to make payments over time or to perform some other duty or allow the court to enter final judgment if he defaults.

Plaintiff signs the stipulation agreeing to defendant's promise.

If defendant fails to do what he promised, the court will enter final judgment if plaintiff files an affidavit attesting to defendant's failure.

If the affidavit is false, plaintiff has a big problem!

Otherwise, defendant is stuck with final judgment.

Case closed.

Know how to use stipulations to save money, emotional stress, and time you can never recover ... time better spent doing things more enjoyable than fighting in court.

All explained with sample forms you can use in your case.

All part of the complete course.

Knowledge is power. Empower yourself now!

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