What If We Settle?In most cases, neither party is one hundred percent right or wrong.
You are encouraged to try to settle your case before trial.
If you settle the dispute before the hearing, you must inform the court so the hearing can be canceled and your case dismissed.
If the other party agrees to pay at a later date, you may ask the court for a continuance.
If the other party pays before the postponed date, ask the court to cancel the hearing.
If you do not receive your money by the time of the continued hearing, proceed with the case in court.
If you drop the suit, your filing fee and service costs are not returned.
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