This task will take less than five minutes and may provide you with invaluable economic guidance in approaching litigation.
Through the Wizard™ below, which will walk you through step by step, you will be asked to provide this information:
A. What is the hourly rate of your attorney?
B. How many witnesses do you anticipate?
C. Do you need an expert?
D. Is the question of law precedented or new terain?
E. Is the amount in controversy greater than $75,000?
F. Is there a counterclaim
G. Is the basis for the suit a contract?
H. Is the basis for the suit other than a contract?
I. Are there issues over jurisdiction or venue
J. And a few others to pin down the scope of activity
Click below to launch the wizard:
CAUTION: Litigation costs vary and are a function of many variables, many of which are unforeseeable, including the complexity of the case, cooperation of the counsel and witnesses, complexity of legal issues, location and condition of evidence, contentiousness of the adversary and many other issues. Still, creating a financial plan is a valuable tool for litigation because it provides a valuable point of reference for the client.