What We Do
The Law Firm of Alexander K. Anderson is committed to providing quality representation to each and every client. Our client-centered approach helps clients obtain favorable results that you actually want. The firm is committed to maintaining an open line of communication so that you have every opportunity to ask questions and check in on the progress of your case.
Most people think of litigation as synonymous with trial work, but a successful litigation strategy begins long before opening statements. In fact, the vast majority of cases never actually reach a costly trial. The firm is committed to creating a strategic plan that begins at the outset of a case in order to remain cost effective and successful. By planning from the beginning, we are able to better focus on what really matters to you.
The technical rules of filing and proceeding with any kind of lawsuit are complex, and even small mistakes can have a drastic effect on your ability to obtain the results that you want. Even in small disputes, an experienced litigator can give one party the upper hand. And if our strategic plan does result in your case proceeding to litigation, we will always be there, fighting for you every step of the way. The cost of hiring an attorney now is always cheaper than paying for the result later.
Family law disputes often result in litigation. When this happens, it is important to have an attorney who is familiar with the courts and judicial process. Litigation requires a forward-thinking attorney. It is of vital importance to have an attorney that can not only advocate for your rights and interests, but also keep you informed throughout the process.
Settlement and Negotiations
Many times cases can be settled on favorable terms. Settlement can be attractive for a variety of reasons including obtaining a quicker and more financially sensible result. It is crucial to have an attorney who can not only diligently advocate for your rights and interests but also has the knowledge and wherewithal to obtain the best result possible.