What to Expect at a Trial
Ferocity & Compassion in Asserting Your Objectives
If your legal matter cannot be resolved through skillful negotiations, your case may go to trial. The trial preparation process is lengthy, involving thorough examinations of the facts of the case and devising an effective strategy to be used in the courtroom. Those going through the trial process deserve to be represented by a skilled and experienced lawyer.
At the Burch Shepard Law Group, our attorneys have a successful and proven track record in the courtroom. Our partners — Robert Burch and Courtney Shepard — are graduates of the American Bar Association (ABA) Family Law Trial Advocacy Institute. They dedicate their entire practice to representing high net worth individuals in complex family law matters. We handle a wide range of legal matters, including divorce, complex divorce, child custody, child support, estate planning and family law, and more.
Knowing What To Expect At Trial
The approach that our lawyers take is one that is highly comprehensive. At trial, you can expect our attorneys to:
- Educate you about the trial process.
- Inform you of the timelines involved in trial.
- Explain who will be involved in trial, and at which stages.
- Keep you updated about the progress your case is making at trial.
At the Burch Shepard Law Group , we are aggressive in the courtroom, yet compassionate when working with our clients. We recognize that every case is unique and requires a tailored approach to finding a favorable resolution. Our lawyers will effectively manage all aspects of your case and strongly advocate for your best interests. While maintaining focus, we will attend to all your legal needs.
Contact the Burch Shepard Team Today
To schedule an initial consultation, please contact us at (949) 565-4158. We are happy to schedule consultations at a time that is convenient for you.
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