Family conflict develops when members of a family have different beliefs or viewpoints, when people misunderstand one another, when someone gets hurt feelings and develops resentment, and when miscommunication leads to mistaken assumptions and subsequent arguments. These include learning to live as a new couple having the first baby and any subsequent children, sending a child to school, dealing with adolescence and experiencing the passage of young person into adulthood. The other times conflicts occur is during changes in family situations, Separation and divorce, moving to a new town, starting a new job or starting a new school, Starting to commute long hours to and from work. Changes in financial circumstances are life changes that also can create conflicts. Each of these stages has innumerable possibilities for conflicts.
A property dispute refers to any legal dispute involving real property, also known as real estate. Real property is immoveable property attached directly to the land. Real property includes single-family homes, condominiums, apartments, ponds, canals, and roads. Property disputes may involve Neighbours, Landlords and tenants, Homeowners Associations, Government agencies, Trespassers, Family members, Property visitors etc. Because of the potential numerosity of parties and disputes involving real property, property disputes make up a large portion of legal claims filed each year. In many cases, legal remedies may include a damages award to cover the plaintiff’s losses, or an injunction ordering one party to remedy a property defect or preventing a party from doing something on his or her property.
When two or more parties become embroiled in a legal dispute seeking money or another specific performance rather than criminal sanctions, civil litigation is the result. They must instead head to the courtroom for trial so a judge or jury can decide the matter. A Civil litigator represents clients across a broad spectrum of associated proceedings, including pre-trial hearings and depositions, as well as arbitration or mediation before administrative agencies or court personnel. Arbitration and mediation are processes that attempt to guide the parties toward settlement without the time and expense of going to court.
A criminal case is a case to decide whether a person who has been charged is guilty of a crime or other offence. This is between an individual and the state. The prosecutor representing the people of the state, files a criminal complaint, alleging a violation of the law, against the accused, the defendant in the case. If the defendant is found guilty of the alleged violations, She/he is subject to punishment by fine, time in jail, or both. A criminal case may in some jurisdictions be settled before a trial through a plea bargain. Typically, in a plea bargain, the defendant agrees to plead guilty to a lesser charge than that which was originally brought by the grand jury or prosecutor. A defendant who goes to trial risks greater penalties than would normally be imposed through a plea bargain.