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Finding Agreement Without Fighting

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Why Fight If You Don't Have To?

Many lawsuits can be resolved without a fight.

Fights in court are always expensive, even without a lawyer!

Costs include filing fees, transcripts, what you pay a lawyer (if you hire one), what you may be required to pay your opponent's lawyer (if he or she has one and you ultimately lose), and time you can never get back again, time you could have enjoyed doing a thousand other things instead of fighting in court.

Stipulations are a wise alternative if both parties can agree.

A stipulation is simply an agreement entered into by the parties and approved by the court's signing an order.

The most common stipulations are:

  • Stipulation for Judgment
  • Stipulation in Lieu of Judgment (i.e., instead of judgment)

A Stipulation for Judgment form is used when the parties agree that a fight will only cost both of them valuable time and money, so the stipulation lets a judge sign an order disposing of the case pursuant to terms on which both parties agree. These are usually offered by the party who expects to lose and accepted by the party who doesn't want to spend the time and money to keep fightiing.

Stipulation for Judgment form included in course.

A Stipulation in Lieu of Judgment (i.e., instead of judgment) is used when the defendant knows he or she will lose in court and so promises to make certain payments over time or perform some agreed upon duty or, if he or she fails to do so, to allow the court to enter judgment on terms agreed to in the stipulation.

Stipulation in Lieu of Judgment form included in course.

Stipulations are a popular way to dispose of a case when the parties can agree on terms and to be bound by those terms according to an order of the court that makes the terms binding. How and when to enter into a stipulationn is covered in this class.

A Stipulation in Lieu of Judgment is a great way to avoid the costs of litigation and still get what you want.

In my 32 year's of experience as a licensed attorney I used these many times to save my clients money and time.

For example, many of my clients were business people owed money by customers. I could take those customers to court and charge my client lots of money for my time, but it was far easier to get the customer to agree to pay my clients over time or suffer automatic judgment! My commercial clients appreciated my desire to save them my fees and the costs of going to court to force customers to pay what often amounted to just a few thousand dollars (hardly worth fighting over).

I used and re-used the form again and again with great success.

This class shows you how to use stipulations to save yourself the money, emotional stress and, more importantly, time you can never recover, time better spent doing things more enjoyable than fighting in court.

Why pursue an expensive, time-consuming fight if you don't need to?

Sign up for this course now and learn how to avoid the fight!

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