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When Should You Try to Solve a Problem Outside of Court? (Hint: Almost Always!)

It may be surprising to hear this from a litigator, but I roll my eyes every time someone threatens to sue. Many problems are more easily, cost-affordably, and readily solved by civility, and perhaps even an apple pie. While your first call should be to a qualified attorney to discuss the facts, your rights, your obligations, and your alternatives, the focus should be on upfront resolutions rather than the immediate filing of a complaint.
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