Civil Litigation

Civil Litigation Lawyers in Rochester, New York

Helping New Yorkers Defend Themselves During Disputes

When individuals pursue legal action against one another over matters such as financial, contract, or property disputes, it typically results in civil litigation. Facing a civil litigation dispute can be intimidating, and sometimes it's hard to know where to even begin.

At Duke Law Firm, P.C., our Monroe County civil litigation attorneys are here to help. Our experienced legal representatives will fight for you in and out of court, helping you work toward an outcome that pursues your long and short-term interests.

To schedule a consultation with our team for your case, contact us online or via phone at (585) 449-4987. Our civil litigation attorneys in Livingston and Monroe County also serve the entire Southern Tier.

What Is Civil Litigation?

Civil litigation applies to legal disputes between two parties that do not involve criminal charges. If an individual faces criminal charges, it's a criminal case, not civil litigation.

In most civil litigation cases, one party (the plaintiff) files a dispute against another party (the defendant), claiming they violated some sort of civil statute.

Common civil cases include:

Family Law Disputes

Although many people think of family law as its own entirely separate field of law, it is technically a form of civil litigation. Family law disputes such as divorce, child custody and support battles, and property division cases are all considered civil cases unless criminal charges are involved.

Property Disputes

Property damages and premises liability cases often fall under the umbrella of civil litigation, as do property division disputes during divorces.

Contract Disputes

Many people think of contract disputes as an area of law relegated to commercial litigation, but that's not always the case. Frequently, civilians will form contracts with each other. If one party believes the contract is unconscionable, the other party failed to uphold their end of the contract, or it should be void for another reason, they can file a contract dispute as a civil case.

Successfully pursuing litigation can help a plaintiff obtain compensation for damages, injuries, or economic losses incurred as part of their civil litigation case. Alternatively, a plaintiff could receive a beneficial court order, helping them achieve an optimal outcome for legal disputes such as a divorce or custody battle.

Navigating a civil case can be difficult. At Duke Law, P.C., our Monroe and Livingston County civil litigation attorneys are committed to ensuring you receive the high-quality representation you deserve throughout your civil litigation case.

Contact our Rochester civil litigation attorneys online or via phone at (585) 449-4987 to work with an experienced team of legal representatives also serving the entire Southern Tier.

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