Plano Civil Lawyer

Plano Civil Law Attorney

Our Expertise in Texas Civil Law

If you're in need of a Plano civil lawyer, Albin Oldner Law, PLLC is here to serve you. Our commitment to excellence, local expertise, and personalized service make us the ideal choice for any type of civil matter you face.

Whether you're facing a dispute, seeking compensation, or need assistance with any other civil legal matter, our experienced attorneys are well-versed in Texas civil law and are here to guide you every step of the way. When you choose us, you are choosing a partner who will tirelessly advocate for your rights, interests, and well-being.

Call (214) 225-4325 or contact us online today to discuss your case with our skilled legal team.

What is Civil Litigation?

Civil litigation is a legal process in which two or more parties, often individuals or organizations, seek to resolve a dispute or conflict through the court system. Unlike criminal cases, which involve the government prosecuting individuals for violating the law, civil cases typically involve private parties seeking legal remedies or compensation for perceived wrongs.

Here's an overview of civil litigation and some common types of civil cases:

  • Personal Injury: These cases involve one party claiming that another party's negligence or intentional actions caused them physical or emotional harm. Examples include car accidents, slip and fall incidents, medical malpractice, and product liability claims.
  • Contract Disputes: Contract disputes arise when one party alleges that the other party failed to fulfill the terms of a legally binding contract. This can involve breaches of employment contracts, business agreements, lease agreements, and more.
  • Property Disputes: These cases involve conflicts over real estate or personal property rights. Examples include disputes over property boundaries, landlord-tenant disagreements, and disputes regarding ownership of assets.
  • Family Law: Family law cases deal with issues related to familial relationships, such as divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, and adoption.
  • Employment Law: Employment-related civil cases cover a wide range of issues, including wrongful termination, discrimination, sexual harassment, wage and hour disputes, and workplace safety concerns.
  • Consumer Protection: These cases involve disputes related to consumer rights and protection. Examples include product defects, fraud, deceptive advertising, and violations of consumer protection laws.
  • Estate and Probate Disputes: These cases involve disputes over wills, trusts, and the distribution of assets and inheritances after someone's death.
  • Intellectual Property: Intellectual property cases revolve around disputes over copyrights, trademarks, patents, and trade secrets. Parties may allege infringement or seek protection for their intellectual property.
  • Tort Claims: Tort law covers a broad range of civil wrongs. This includes cases like defamation, invasion of privacy, negligence, and intentional torts like assault and battery.
  • Environmental Law: These cases involve disputes over environmental regulations, pollution, and conservation efforts.
  • Bankruptcy: Bankruptcy cases deal with the legal process of individuals or businesses seeking relief from their debts and financial obligations.
  • Administrative Law: Administrative law cases involve disputes between individuals or organizations and government agencies, often concerning regulatory matters.
  • Civil Rights: These cases focus on violations of an individual's constitutional rights, such as freedom of speech, religion, or equal protection under the law.

The process of civil litigation typically involves several stages, including:

  • Pleadings: Parties file initial documents outlining their claims and defenses.
  • Discovery: Parties gather evidence through methods like depositions, interrogatories, and document requests.
  • Pretrial Motions: Parties may file motions to dismiss, motions for summary judgment, or other requests to resolve the case before trial.
  • Trial: If the case isn't resolved earlier, it goes to trial, where evidence is presented, and a judge or jury makes a decision.
  • Appeals: Parties may appeal a trial court's decision if they believe legal errors were made.
  • Enforcement: If a party wins a judgment, they may need to take legal action to enforce it.

Ready to Help You Today

When you choose Albin Oldner Law, PLLC as your Plano civil lawyer, you can expect a client-focused approach that prioritizes your needs and objectives. our success is our success. We are committed to achieving the best possible outcome for your civil law matter, and we'll work tirelessly to make it happen.

Contact us today at (214) 225-4325 to schedule a consultation.

    The attorneys at Albin Oldner Law, PLLC are very personable and treat their clients as people rather than just another case.

    - A. Hailey

    Should I ever require the need for representation with any future actions, should they occur; I would not hesitate to call upon Albin Oldner.

    - M.C.

    Todd and his team have taken care of all our business and litigation needs for years. I wouldn’t trust any other firm to provide the same level of service and counsel.

    - Matt Lafata

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