Litigation & Dispute Resolution


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There is more than one way to resolve a dispute, no matter how intractable it may seem.

It is always advisable to try and avoid any disputes. If this is not possible then the next best option is to try and find a compromise which is acceptable to all parties. Beyond that, litigation is an option, leaving someone else to decide the outcome. Experience tells us, however, that where options one and two have been tried unsuccessfully, option three – litigation – may be inevitable.

Our pro-active and forward thinking approach to litigation and dispute resolution is always client- focussed and practical. The advice you will receive from our expert team will be tailored to your unique circumstances and to your desired outcome. Whether that advice is sought in anticipation of a problem, in the midst of, or after a dispute has arisen, we will advise you with clarity and precision, setting out the range of options and helping you identify the best one.

We have a particular speciality in Property and Landlord and Tenant litigation.

How can we help?

  • By advising you in respect of disputes, including:
    • Contested probate, or issues in respect of estates and inheritance
    • Debt recovery
    • Co-ownership
    • Professional negligence
    • Consumer credit issues and disputes
    • Property ownerships, Rights of Way and Rights of Light
  • Landlord and Tenant issues
  • Breach of contract and negligence claims

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Who to contact


For more information the following lawyers will be able to help with Litigation & Dispute Resolution.

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Karen Bright
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Will Twidale
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Stephanie Thomas
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Lee Stafford
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Stuart Merrison
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Ian Pope
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Rachel Waller
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Anastasia Mavroudis
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Charles Jamieson
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