Trial Work
  

Attorney Heather-Jill Williams

HEATHER-JILL WILLIAMS
FAMILY LAW PC


When all of your best efforts have been exhausted, and satisfactory settlement has not been obtained, a trial may be necessary.

When the other side of the case, be it the party or their lawyer makes unrealistic demands or is otherwise unwilling to come to a fair settlement, a trial may be necessary to obtain resolution.


Since being admitted to practice law in 2003, Attorney Williams has continued to work tirelessly on the many trials and contested litigation.  Clients seek out her services at many stages of their cases.  From the inception of the case, the goal is to obtain satisfactory resolution through negotiations, there are however times when negotiations do not result in a satisfactory resolution and trial is necessary.

If you have been representing yourself and have been assigned a trial date, you should seek the advice of an attorney. 

As a client of Attorney Heather-Jill Williams, you remain in control of your case.  You have the right to settle at any point.  She will advise you of your rights, obligations, expectations, and risks of going to trial. 

If a trial is necessary you need competent, experienced, and knowledgeable representation.  A trial is a formal hearing at the Probate and Family Court, not only must the applicable laws be considered but also the rules of evidence must be followed in order to ensure that the Court hears all the necessary information to make a ruling.

Attorney Heather-Jill Williams has the knowledge and trial experience to have your voice heard in court.  Her representation will ensure that all of the admissible and necessary evidence is presented.  Your trial is the end of your case.  The result will effect you and your family now and in the future.  If amicable resolution can not be obtained through negotiations, the next best option is to have the zealous advocacy and representation of an Attorney such as Attorney Heather-Jill Williams.

Heather-Jill Williams
Family Law PC
~850 Springfield Street Suite 3, Feeding Hills, MA 01030~
hjw@agawamfamilylaw.com
Phone (413) 789-9600 Fax (413) 789-9633

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