Perhaps the least defined and maybe the most challenging work that we do is to assist our clients in support of their litigation. Often the courtroom attorney is completely knowledgeable of courtroom procedure and protocols, but he or she might not be completely sure of what type of search he or she needs to shore up their position regarding title to real estate which might be involved in the litigation.
We often find ourselves listening closely to the litigating attorney to learn what he thinks his needs are. Often we are then asked to check with our abstractors to see what they have done for other clients in similar situations. And on occasion we have been able to chase down a reputable real estate attorney in the area to further help define our needs if questions still remain as to the exact needs for a particular case.
The point is that we have a huge database of excellent abstractors in every nook and cranny of this great country — and if we don’t know the exact answer to a question you can be fairly certain that we do know someone reliable who does know the answer. And we use all of our resources to help our client have confidence that he or she has gained control of the real estate aspects of the case.
To summarize, litigation support searches are very broadly defined. And we use all of our resources to help our client handle the situation.