When you’re caught up in a dispute, emotions can run high and concerns about spiralling costs can become overwhelming. Our team have the knowledge, experience and expertise to handle your case in a way that takes the pressure off you and puts you in control of the costs.
How can we help?
Dispute Resolution Solicitors
Our approachable Dispute Resolution solicitors provide specialist advice focused on delivering the best possible outcome for you. We offer a number of pricing options, ranging from conditional fee agreements to fixed fees and will discuss all costs with you at the outset before the work starts.
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)
Our lawyers are firm advocates for resolving disputes outside of the courts, which generally ensures time and costs are kept to a minimum. What is Alternative Dispute Resolution?
If someone you know has died and you feel that a subsequent inheritance doesn’t reflect their wishes, our expert legal team can help. You may believe the person was coerced into making a Will without full mental capacity or disagree with the actions taken by the people or persons handling the estate or trust. Whatever the situation, we are on hand to listen and set out the next steps you can take to resolve matters. Find out more about how we help people solve inheritance disputes.
Whether you’re a landowner or a property developer, we can help with a wide range of property disputes. Our team has specialist knowledge in removing or enforcing restrictive covenants, advising on rights of way, and boundary disputes. We can advise and represent you in both court proceedings and applications to the Upper Lands Chamber.
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