At Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long, LLP, our Monroe civil litigation attorneys have extensive experience representing clients throughout North Carolina. When you need strong and effective representation in a civil lawsuit, you can rely on our legal team to resolve your issue in the most favorable and efficient manner. For a fully private initial consultation with a top-rated North Carolina civil litigation lawyer, please call us at our Monroe law office today.
Civil Litigation: Understanding the Basics
Civil litigation refers to a legal dispute between two or more parties in which financial compensation or specific performance is being sought, instead of any criminal penalties. In practice, civil litigation covers a wide array of different types of legal matters — from business and property disputes to regulatory matters and family law issues.
Civil litigation, in general, has one of the two following goals: (a) Forcing someone to perform an act that they are required to perform, such as an obligation that is required under an agreement or by statute, and/or (b) Recovering monetary damages. A civil lawsuit requires knowledge of substantive and procedural North Carolina law, strong negotiation skills, and the ability to understand complex legal and factual materials. If you are considering filing a civil claim or if you are facing a civil claim from another party, it is essential that you seek representation from an experienced North Carolina attorney as soon as possible.
We Handle the Full Range of Civil Litigation Cases in North Carolina
Our civil litigation lawyers handle complex civil litigation matters for clients of all sizes and represent them in trials, hearings, arbitrations, and mediations. Our civil litigation team brings a varied and experienced background in representing individuals, corporations, businesses, associations, property owners, homeowners and real estate developers in numerous areas, including:
- Boundary line disputes;
- Breach of contract;
- Business disputes;
- Debt collections;
- Easement/right of way litigation;
- Estate disputes;
- Local government law;
- Title disputes;
- Will challenges; and
- Zoning matters.
Representing Clients in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR): Arbitration and Mediation
In some cases, civil disputes are best resolved outside of the traditional courtroom setting. Instead of litigation, it may be advisable to first try to seek another type of formalized alternative dispute resolution (ADR) — the most common options being arbitration and mediation.
Our Monroe, NC civil law attorneys have deep experience representing clients in arbitration, mediation, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. We will help you explore every potential legal option that is available so that you can get the best results.
Why Hire the North Carolina Civil Litigation Attorneys at Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long
If you are involved in a civil dispute, you deserve exceptional legal representation. At Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long, LLP, our North Carolina civil litigation lawyers are committed advocates for the rights and interests of our clients. We are a results-oriented firm that works tirelessly to help individuals, families, and businesses find solutions. Among other things, our legal team is prepared to:
- Conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your case;
- Listen to your story, taking the time to understand your objectives;
- Answer any questions you have about your legal rights or legal options;
- Investigate your case, gathering all relevant evidence;
- Explore other legal resolutions, including potential settlement;
- Respond to any lawsuit that has been filed against you; and
- Prepare to file a lawsuit or a counter lawsuit.
One of the things that help separate our law firm from the competition is that we are truly dedicated to offering every client fully personalized legal representation. Our North Carolina civil litigation attorneys always put in the time, energy, and resources to craft creative strategies for our clients, so that we can get them the very best results — whether that means looking for a way to settle the civil case or fighting aggressively in the courtroom.
Discuss Your Case With Our Monroe, NC Civil Litigation Lawyers Right Away
At Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long, LLP, our North Carolina civil litigation attorneys are committed to offering clients effective, sophisticated legal representation. To set up a completely confidential initial consultation, please contact our law firm today. With an office in Monroe, we serve communities throughout the region, including in Unionville, Fairview, Matthews, Indian Trail, Waxhaw, Wesley Chapel, Marvin, Marshville, Stallings, Weddington, and Wingate.
With over 110 years of combined legal experience, you can trust your case with us.
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