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Go after the money that's owed you -- represent yourself in small claims court and win!
Everybody's Guide to Small Claims Court, written by attorney Ralph Warner, gives you the step-by-step instructions and plain-English legal information you need to bring or defend a case with maximum success.
From preparing evidence and witnesses to making a presentation in court, you'll learn how to:
Decide if you have a good case
Determine how much to sue for
Write your demand letter
Mediate a settlement before it goes to court
File and serve papers
Prepare and present a winning case
Everybody's Guide to Small Claims Court gives you down-to-earth examples of common cases, including:
Small business disputes
Updated and revised to reflect the latest in the law, the 11th edition covers small claims court procedures in all 50 states and Washington, D.C.
464 Pages - Revised June 2006
Item Number 1-4133-0490-7
Los Angeles Times: "Step-by-step advice on how to prepare your case, how to file it, and perhaps most importantly, how to collect if you win..."
Associated Press: "Step-by-step advice on how to prepare your case, how to file it, and perhaps most importantly, how to collect if you win..."
David Horowitz, Consumer Advocate: "You’ll wish you’d read this book when you’d had the chance … it can give you that critical edge."