Win Your Lawsuit: Sue in California Superior Court Without a Lawyer

Win Your Lawsuit: Sue in California Superior Court Without a Lawyer

by Rod Duncan

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Win Your Lawsuit: Sue in California Superior Court Without a Lawyer by Rod Duncan

Represent yourself in California Superior Court for a case worth up to $25,000!

Some cases are too big for small claims court and too small to interest a lawyer. But unlike Small Claims Court, California Superior Court has numerous forms and procedural requirements that you must fulfill. Win Your Lawsuittakes you step by step through the entire process of a limited jurisdiction case in California Superior Court so that you can confidently take on common types of civil court cases worth up to $25,000, including:

 contract disputes personal injuries property damage cases business disputes

Whether you're bringing the suit or defending against one, this plain-English legal guide shows you how to prepare a complaint, file and serve papers, participate in settlement negotiations, present a case, and much more. The 4th edition has been revised to reflect current court procedures and includes updated forms and clear instructions for filling them out.

Written by Roderic Duncan, a retired California Superior Court judge, this book includes the legal insight and practical tips that only a judge with over 25 years of experience can provide.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781413310757
Publisher: NOLO
Publication date: 09/02/2010
Edition description: Fourth Edition
Pages: 464
Product dimensions: 11.12(w) x 11.28(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Roderic Duncan was appointed to the California Municipal Court in 1975, and he was elected to the California Superior Court bench in 1987. Over the years, he has been a lecturer and faculty member at two dozen educational programs for judges. In 1990, he was chosen the Judicial Officer of the Year by the California State Bar, Family Law Section. Since retiring from the bench in 1995, he has been doing private judging and mediation.

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