Dealing with a dispute, whether large or small, can be a stressful experience, especially if you have concerns about the procedure and costs involved. Our team of experienced litigators, headed up by Partner Richard Cook, handle a wide range of disputes and can provide practical and specialist advice to help resolve your dispute quickly and cost effectively.
We can help with:
- Title disputes
- Construction & building disputes
- Property disputes
- Landlord and tenant issues
- Right of way issues
- Professional negligence claims
- Wills or trust disputes
- Company & commercial disputes
- Insolvency litigation
Wherever possible, we seek to settle disputes via negotiation. However, there are occasions when Court proceedings are necessary and you can be assured that our team will present your case robustly and efficiently to obtain the best result on your behalf.
We aim to provide a quality service and will deal with your matter in a friendly and professional manner. We also place an emphasis on regular client communication to ensure you are kept informed about the progress of your case.
In many cases, disputes can be resolved by using alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation and arbitration, which are more informal and less adversarial than a Court trial. Our team will work on your behalf to reach a mutually satisfactory solution between the opposing parties.
There are a number of methods that can be used to meet the costs involved in settling a dispute, which include Legal Expenses Insurance. We will explain the funding methods available and recommend the most suitable option based on your circumstances.
We recognise that cost issues are important to you and are transparent about our fees. Before any work is undertaken we will outline what we propose to do on your behalf and provide you with written confirmation of our estimated total fees. We will consult you if the total fees are likely to exceed the original estimate and always provide you with an indication of the timescale it will take to complete your matter.