Disputes and the Courts
Advice, negotiation and representation for civil defence.
Most of us, at one time or another, will find ourselves involved in a dispute with another person or organisation. It may be a disagreement with a neighbour over noise, or the precise location of a boundary. It may be a dispute between landlord and tenant, or a complaint about faulty goods or services from retailers, banks or utility companies. Whatever the nature of the dispute, it is usually better for everyone concerned to iron out the problem without recourse to the courts.
This is the first area in which we can help. With our legal knowledge and our negotiating skills, we can often arrive at a solution satisfactory to both sides, without the expense of going to court. But if a settlement can’t be reached, we will offer you objective and impartial advice, taking into account the cost of pursuing the case in court, and the likelihood of winning – and if you do decide to proceed, we will be happy to represent you, and do our utmost to secure the best possible result.
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