Describe the Facts in Your Petition
A petition is your writing that encapsulates exactly how your facts have led to a violation of the law that requires the court to step in and help you to see justice. In your petition, you describe the facts.
You will describe the law that was violated, and you will have to get that petition to the other side to give them a chance to file an answer, a motion maybe, or even to go, “Oh, you’re suing me.
Maybe whatever it is I’m doing, I should stop.” Depending on your individual facts and circumstances, we may be able to help out with this stressful process. Please reach out to us at muskogeeattorney.com.