If you become involved in a difficult dispute, it’s important to get straightforward legal advice from someone you can trust. We have extensive experience across all types of dispute resolution, both personal and business.
We’ll help you to get the best outcome as quickly and as cost-effectively as possible.
We can help if you have a problem relating to something you’ve purchased, a contract or agreement you’ve entered into, or the way in which you’ve been treated by an organisation.
Often this just requires some legal advice on where you stand and what courses of action are available to you. But we can also assist if the issue can’t be resolved and court or other proceedings are needed, or if you need to make a complaint to a regulatory body.
We’ll help you to recover debts quickly and cost-effectively.
The first step in the process is for us to send a pre-action letter to your debtor, giving them 28 days to respond. If no payment is received, we’ll serve a claim to the debtor via the court, and follow this up with an application for a county court judgement if necessary. We’ll advise you on your best course of action if the debtor disputes your claim or if a county court judgement needs to be enforced.
It can be challenging to deal with the practical issues involved when a loved one dies, particularly when the content of a will may be subject to challenge, or if the will has not made adequate provision for a family member.
There are strict timescales in which a will must be challenged, so it’s important to seek legal advice as soon as possible. We have a lot of experience in resolving these type of disputes, whether through court proceedings (usually as a last resort) or through negotiation with all parties concerned. Our early involvement can help to share some of your burden in dealing with the practicalities at a difficult time.
We can help to resolve a situation in which you feel dissatisfied with advice you’ve received from a professional business adviser, such as an accountant, solicitor or surveyor. This may include obtaining recompense for any loss you’ve suffered as a result of the advice.
The early involvement of a legal adviser usually helps to focus the issues under dispute and prevent the parties becoming too entrenched. We can guide you if litigation is needed, but we’ll first look at alternative ways to resolve the situation.
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These are just a few types of dispute we can help you out with. If you’ve become involved in any kind of legal disagreement, please get in touch to see how we can help.
In all cases, we’ll talk early on about how the dispute is to be funded, and provide you with our best possible estimate of the likely costs involved.