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Author Topic: Quick question: Is more "Litigation Percentage" good?  (Read 986 times)

caringdad

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Quick question: Is more "Litigation Percentage" good?
« on: Sep 09, 2004, 10:46:51 AM »
I am a recently divorced dad of my 4 year old in California. I am looking for an attorney to consult to get custody.

I often see in attorney's profiles about their "Litigation Percentage", which is evenly distributed from 0% to 100%.

I want to know:

What does Litigation include?
What exactly is "Litigation Percentage"?
Should I be looking for a higher or lower "Litigation Percentage"?

Thanks


 

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