What is general litigation?

Ultimately, every legal issue can end up in court. Therefore, the term general litigation refers to litigation and all other aspects of law which may or may not be litigious in nature such as wills, estate law, incorporating a business, drafting a contract, real estate transactions, disputes with administrative bodies and more. Typically however, litigation is what happens when things go wrong and it ends up in court.

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