Lee Legal will help you understand the problems you are experiencing and help minimize the impact of litigation on your life.

We provide the tools to empower you so you understand your rights and can protect yourself.

We will help you define the scope of your case and prioritize your litigation goals. We ask targeted questions to focus in on what is important.

Lee Legal will explore all of the issues and take action when we find it in your best interest to do so.

How to Recover from Foreclosure

September 7, 2018 Brian V. Lee

Facing foreclosure on your home can be one of life’s biggest challenges. You have options if you want to save your home, but sometimes allowing the foreclosure to take place is your best option. If you have to let go [ . . . ]

Open-File Litigation

April 10, 2018 Brian V. Lee

At Lee Legal, we employ an open-file litigation style. We believe the point of litigation should be to discover the truth. That maxim holds whether the case is settled, arbitrated, or tried by judge or jury. It also means that if [ . . . ]

We Fight the Good Fight

August 29, 2017 Brian V. Lee

Lee Legal takes on just a few carefully selected litigation cases each year. Every story has two sides, but we prefer cases where our client has the better story. We prefer not just to win, but to be right. At [ . . . ]

Don’t Get Mad — Get Paid

May 22, 2017 Brian V. Lee

Most of the civil litigation clients who come to see me want some person or company to pay them. You may be angry that the defendant has broken a contract or otherwise failed to deliver on some promise or warranty. You [ . . . ]

Don’t Face Your Debt Alone

May 1, 2017 Brian V. Lee

Don’t face your debt alone. Hire a lawyer to stand up for you to your creditors. You want a lawyer who understands you and your goals. But also you want a lawyer who understands your creditors and the entire debt [ . . . ]

The Adversary Proceeding: Litigation in Bankruptcy Court

April 13, 2017 Brian V. Lee

An adversary proceeding is a lawsuit filed within a bankruptcy case. Creditors, bankruptcy trustees, and other interested parties can file adversary proceedings in a bankruptcy, as can the bankruptcy filer. Bankruptcy offers both debtors and creditors finality in the adjudication [ . . . ]

What To Do When You Get Sued

February 9, 2017 Brian V. Lee

You cannot prevent a plaintiff from suing you. The case may have no merit, and the plaintiff may even be guilty of abuse of process. But you cannot avoid litigation if the plaintiff names you as a defendant. Here’s what [ . . . ]

Sometimes Being Right Isn’t Enough

September 14, 2016 Brian V. Lee

You know you’re right. The other person knows you’re right. Every reasonable person with an objective perspective on the facts would agree: “You’re absolutely right!” Unfortunately, sometimes being right isn’t enough. Some people are really stubborn. Some people just don’t like to admit they’re [ . . . ]

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