What we offer
Practical advice on resolving disputes
Our dispute resolution solicitors understand that a dispute of any nature is likely to be an unwelcome distraction to the running of your business or to your life. We aim to provide you with a service which is not limited to just a technically correct answer but provides practical, commercial solutions that fit with your business.
There is no substitute for experience. Whether your case involves a straightforward debt claim or is a complex piece of commercial litigation that threatens the survival of your business, our team of specialists provides prompt solutions which minimise disruption and costs.
How our dispute resolution team works
For our commercial and individual clients, our top priority is to listen carefully to your needs and objectives. We can then look at the best options for achieving a successful and cost-effective resolution.
We also have strong relationships with a range of external professionals who can provide specialist assistance when required including barristers, expert witnesses, independent financial advisers and accountants.
We are approachable and accessible as we know how important resolving these issues is for you. We use our negotiation and communication skills to protect your interests and achieve as positive an outcome as possible.
Our team of dispute resolution solicitors offers a wealth of experience in a wide range of matters for your firm and you, including commercial disputes, property disputes, construction disputes, shareholders disputes, professional negligence claims and contentious probate.
When it comes to funding, we understand that costs can be a significant concern for you. We can offer a number of different and flexible cost options to suit your individual or business’ circumstances.
We are unable to offer Legal Aid.
Who do we act for?
Our team has proven experience in the High Court, County Courts and specialist tribunals acting for a diverse range of clients, including public and private companies, partnerships and sole traders, private individuals, and new businesses.