The Plan does not completely eliminate all of Your risk associated with litigation. Every case is unique, and Your total risk is determined, in part, by the facts in your case, and the quality of advice and representation you receive. 

The Real Estate Purchase Contract, and many other contracts, provides that the losing party in a dispute shall pay for the winner’s attorneys’ fees. For example, in the event we mutually agree to pursue your claim in court, there is a possibility that we could lose the case and the judge could require that You pay for the seller’s attorneys’ fees. Paying these fees would be your responsibility. These risks are different in every case; however, You and your attorney will review these risks on a continual basis, including how much you may be required to pay if you were ever ordered to do so by a judge.