General Civil Litigation
New Hampshire Civil Litigation Lawyers
Whether you're in the throes of complex litigation over the construction of a new building, locked in a never ending landlord-tenant battle, struggling to make sense of a complicated business contract dispute, or otherwise embroiled (or about to be embroiled) in a civil litigation matter, you can trust the firm of Tenn And Tenn, P.A, to provide an action oriented strategy for success. For well over two decades, our New Hampshire Civil Litigation Attorneys have counseled landlords, property owners, contractors, and small business owners in all manner of civil litigation situations.
Civil disputes can get quite technical and hard to parse – even for experts in the legal domain being contested. To support your case, you may need scientific research, expert testimony, and other evidence to weigh in your favor. Matters can take months to years to settle and can involve ultra-close readings of relevant statutes and precedent cases.
We can help you parse complex contracts, break down insurance arrangements and ensure that you respond to all necessary process work in due order. Time can be of the essence in civil cases. The rules of court can be complex, technical and difficult to comprehend. If you fail to comply with such rules, miss a deadline or violate procedural requirements, you may suffer irreparable harm.
The NH civil litigation attorneys at Tenn And Tenn, P.A, understand how to pursue civil litigation cases, thanks to our knowledge of applicable laws and statutes as well as our track record. Unlike other law firms that deal with civil litigation, we insist on explaining our strategy to our clients and involving them at key decision points. We understand that some civil litigation matters can be sensitive, emotional, and financially strenuous. Thus, we provide guidance and support to our clients throughout the entire process.
For a free consultation with a NH litigation attorney now, feel free to telephone us or submit an email query through our contact form.