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General Litigation

If you or a family member is involved in a lawsuit or needs general legal advice, our attorneys are here to represent your needs. Contact us to find out more

Anselmo Lindberg Oliver offers a broad range of general and civil litigation services. We handle both trial and appellate matters in the state and federal courts as well as arbitration proceedings before the American Arbitration Association, and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Our litigation services cut across and enhance all areas of practice, specifically, default and creditor’s rights, real estate, estate planning, and business transactions. Amongst these areas our attorneys are experienced in litigating and managed a wide-breath of related matters, which include: real estate disputes, contests with and on behalf of estates, banking litigation, bankruptcy actions, and business transaction controversies of all kinds.

We have represented clients throughout the country, including individuals, commercial entities and estates. We counsel clients both before and during litigation, and seek to provide effective advocacy by minimizing litigation expenses wherever possible.

Our litigators include exceptionally skilled trial lawyers, creative strategists and experienced appellate lawyers, who work closely with our clients to effectively deal with the clients’ unique problems and issues.

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Eileen and Anne Baker were great, helpful and timely. Everyone worked hard to meet the closing date. You made it easy."
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