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At Williams & Associates, we understand that a litigation process involves legal disputes where the involved parties defend their positions before a judge. These conflicts can arise in various contexts, such as divorce disputes, inheritance conflicts, or cases where parties fail to reach an agreement, leaving the resolution in the hands of a court.

In such situations, it is crucial to consider to know the following:

  • The parties involved, whether individuals or legal entities, play crucial roles in the process.
  • The existence of the conflict itself, which may be based on differences in opinion, rights, or interests.
  • The conflicting interests that generate the dispute and must be carefully evaluated to reach a fair resolution.
  • The competent judicial authority, responsible for making impartial decisions based on the law and presented evidence.