Matthew P. Yourkvitch, Esq. is a founding member/partner of Moore Yourkvitch & Dibo, where he focuses his practice on real estate, small business and non-profit law. He advises clients... more
Matthew P. Yourkvitch, Esq. is a founding member/partner of Moore Yourkvitch & Dibo, where he focuses his practice on real estate, small business and non-profit law. He advises clients on solutions for legal problems with both transactional and litigation issues. While in law school he served as a research and litigation assistant to Clinical Professor Kermit Lind and was awarded an Urban ... view profile
If you have issues with someone and want to sue, you will need a litigation lawyer. Litigation lawyers handle the litigation process and understand all of the ins and outs of the courtroom. A litigation lawyer can also help you decide whether your case is appropriate for a lawsuit, or if it might be better handled through the mediation or arbitration process. The litigation lawyer will research the facts that caused the dispute, and analyze them to identify the appropriate law and how it applies. After this preliminary review, the litigation lawyer gives you an analysis of your rights and an estimate of your ability to be successful in court. The litigation lawyer will know the information you need to present in court as well as the process, procedures, and deadlines you must meet to keep your lawsuit on track.