Protecting Your Rights
The attorneys at Arrowood Helbert PLLC are a team of highly skilled and experienced litigators. Our attorneys have more than 70 years of combined litigation experience. Although based in Scottsdale, Arizona, our attorneys provide litigation services in Arizona, California, Missouri, and Kansas.
WHAT IS CIVIL LITIGATION?
Most people think of the courtroom when they hear the word litigation but civil litigation can also include mediation and arbitration. Civil litigation is an all-encompassing term that refers to a legal dispute between two or more parties that seeks one or more civil remedies including, but not limited to, monetary damages, specific performance, the return of property, injunctions, and temporary restraining orders.
Civil litigation is not a criminal matter and does not include criminal sanctions although a crime may have been committed in a civil wrong. For example, an at-fault driver may have committed a crime (running a red light, speeding, etc.) that ultimately resulted in a motor vehicle crash but the determination of liability against the at-fault driver will be determined based on the civil standard of negligence.
We understand that each legal matter is unique and individual to the client. When you meet with one of our civil litigation attorneys, they’ll listen to your goals and work with you to develop a plan of action. The litigation process can be long and arduous and we will be there for you every step of the way. Knowing that novel thinking and attention to detail are at the heart of any legal victory, we carefully investigate each case and approach our analysis of factual and legal issues from every angle. This thorough and aggressive approach produces results and ensures the best representation for our clients.
WHAT DO OUR CIVIL LITIGATION ATTORNEYS DO?
Our civil litigation attorneys provide litigation services in the following areas:
Probate and Trust Litigation
General Civil Litigation
Common Types of Litigation Cases
We're here to protect you in life & business
Breach of Contract
A contract is breached in whole or in part when one party has not fulfilled their contractual obligation.
Breach of Real Estate Contract
Clients in real estate transactions contact us for help with title disputes, easements, fraud or non-disclosures, construction defects and more.
Will or Trust Contest
A will or trust may be contested when a family member objects to the validity of the will or trust.
Breach of Fiduciary Duty
This type of litigation is applicable to business or life and occurs when someone has a responsibility to act in the interests of another person and fails to do so.