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Khullar P.A. offers litigation services to clients when court proceedings cannot be avoided in order to settle a dispute. We represent our clients in trials and hearings in the federal, state and local courts. As part of our litigation service we manage a client's case through the initial investigation, pleadings and discovery to pre-trail, trial, settlement and appeal.
During the initial investigation, our attorneys determine whether the plaintiff has enough evidence to file a lawsuit or whether the defendant has enough evidence to defend against the lawsuit. If pre-litigation settlement cannot be reached and a lawsuit is filed with the courts, then our attorneys will draft pleadings and motions on behalf of our client, file depositions, formulate a case strategy, prepare expert witnesses during pre-trial, and argue our client's case before court.
Often we are able to reach a settlement outside of court before the case even goes to trial. Cases can take years to settle so we typically provide in-court litigation services as a last resort conflict resolution method. The amount of time and preparation involved in a civil litigation case can be extensive, time-intensive and therefore, expensive. For these reasons, we offer flat fee pricing and aggressive litigation to help our quiets to quickly obtain optimal results.
Whatever legal issues you are facing, we are here to fight for your rights. With solutions tailored for your specific situation, we are right by your side to fight for your justice.
175 SW 7th Street, Suite 1912
4786 W Commercial Blvd
Palm Beach Ofiice
515-2 24th Ave North
Lake Worth ,
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