At some point in your life, you may be involved in a dispute, perhaps at work, with a neighbour, family member, business, or landlord. We have a team of dispute resolution solicitors who have years of experience in helping clients resolve a wide range of disputes in an efficient and effective manner.

If you find yourself in a dispute it can be stressful and upsetting. Disputes can arise for many reasons and it can be hard to know what steps to take to resolve them.

There are several options that can be used to solve a dispute, and court proceedings should only be considered as a last resort. Wherever possible we will try and resolve matters outside of court via alternative dispute resolution methods. This helps to keep costs down and the matter from escalating to formal proceedings.


Initial Discussion

For a free initial discussion and a no-obligation quote, get in touch with us today by simply calling us on 020 3383 0173 or email us at [email protected] and a member of our team will get back to you.

Areas of Expertise

Our dispute resolution solicitors can provide help and advice on a range of disputes, including:
• Business Disputes
• Civil Fraud and Investigations
• Commercial and Contract Disputes
• Financial Services Disputes
• Insolvency Litigation
• International and Cross-Border Disputes
• Professional Negligence
• Reputation and Media
• Shareholders and Boardroom Disputes
• Wills, Trusts, and Inheritance Disputes
Some disputes may require you to preserve a commercial or personal relationship, alongside the need to avoid any adverse publicity surrounding the dispute. In these circumstances, we can work with our clients to avoid court and instead explore other practical and cost-effective avenues to resolve disputes, including mediation or other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR).

We Serve the Best Work

Negotiation is a process whereby the parties and their legal advisors seek to resolve the dispute by reaching an agreement either through written correspondence or a meeting between both sides.

We understand that communication can sometimes break down between opposing parties, especially during civil proceedings. This can make it harder to resolve a dispute.

Mediation is a similar process to negotiating a settlement in a meeting. The key difference between negotiation and mediation is that mediation is conducted with the assistance of a third-party mediator.

Our team is experienced in successfully representing clients in both civil and commercial mediation sessions.

In specific circumstances, other forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution may be appropriate, such as: Conciliation, Adjudication or Arbitration. In circumstances in which these may be relevant, we will also advise you on these options to enable you to make an informed and strategic decision.

Not every method of ADR is legally binding, therefore we will advise you on your chances of success and the potential advantages and disadvantages of each option available.

Where matters cannot be resolved outside of court, you may want to proceed with formal proceedings. If the situation arises, we can robustly defend or advance your position in court.

Using our wide range of legal knowledge and expertise, we have successfully defended clients in a range of criminal and fraud related matters. Our approach is to be proactive and work with you to deliver successful outcomes as cost-efficiently and promptly as possible.

We will clearly explain the range of legal options available and guide you towards the option which would be best suited for your specific circumstances and objectives.

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