Getting help with dispute resolution
Being involved in a dispute can be stressful, time consuming and expensive. If the dispute involves your neighbour over a boundary or a family member regarding an inheritance dispute, the situation can escalate quickly. That’s where we can help.
With any dispute, whether it involves property, inheritance, a Will or the workplace, our specialist team of dispute resolution solicitors will work with you to resolve the issue quickly and efficiently. This will help you preserve relationships and avoid Court.
Avoiding Court is always our priority, and so we work with you to explore practical and cost-effective options to resolve disputes, including mediation or other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). If it turns out that Court is the only option, then we will guide you through the process.
Our services include:
Property disputes can quickly cause anxiety and upset. That’s why we work hard to resolve any kind of issue relating to your home. From boundary disputes and rights of way to issues regarding ownership and noisy neighbours, we can help you resolve the dispute with minimal stress, allowing you to move forward.
Contentious probate, Wills and inheritance disputes
By their nature, disputes over Wills, trusts and inheritance often occur at times of emotional vulnerability and distress. Whether you are a trustee, an executor, or a beneficiary who is experiencing difficulties, our contentious probate solicitors will let you know where you stand on an inheritance dispute and make it our goal to solve disputes quickly and sympathetically.
If you have a problem at work, our team will help you understand the steps involved to resolve it, whether you are sorting things out informally, taking out a grievance or making a claim to an employment tribunal.
Next steps: get in touch
If you need legal advice on how to resolve a dispute, contact our team of dispute resolution lawyers on: 0800 533 5349 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Frequently asked questions
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) refers to the different ways people can resolve disputes without going to Court. Common ADR processes include mediation, arbitration and neutral evaluation. These processes are generally confidential, less formal and less stressful than traditional Court proceedings.
Litigation is very similar in meaning to dispute resolution but litigation is often used more to describe a dispute that is being pursued in the courts.