Milly Bays' Law Firm

Ensuring legal security since 2009

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Regardless of your position in a suit, be you the plaintiff or the defendant, we've got your back! After you hire your lawyer, if you're looking to take someone else to court we'll submit a complaint on your behalf. This complaint will name the plaintiff, who is most likely going to be you, the defendant and will describe the lawsuit being filed.

The court process

Regardless of your position in a suit, be you the plaintiff or the defendant, we've got your back! After you hire your lawyer, if you're looking to take someone else to court we'll submit a complaint on your behalf. This complaint will name the plaintiff, who is most likely going to be you, the defendant and will describe the lawsuit being filed. In court, we'll make your case, we'll gather information for your case for your pleadings, and we'll make sure the preponderance of evidence is yours. Whether you choose to make or accept a settlement or take the issue to trial is all on you. You may, instead, encounter an arbitration which will end the suit. His or her decision is the equivalent of a court decision. A mediator may be involved as well which may resolve the conflict by inciting negotiation between the plaintiff and the defendant. After a verdict is reached, if you feel as if you've ben wronged, don't be too afraid to appeal!

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Frequently asked questions:

Q: What happens after a lawsuit is filed?

A: A summons will be sent to the defendant and witnesses ordering them to appear in court on the given date.


Q: What's the difference between an arbitrator and a mediator?

A: Neither a mediator nor an arbitrator need any form of formal legal training, however, the main difference is that mediators encourage negation and mediation ends after either an agreement or a stalemate is reached. Arbitrators are basically like the decision of a matter that is not making progress. The arbitrator's decision must be accepted as if it were a court decision if both parties choose to arbitrate.