Dealing with a dispute, whether it's small or large, can be a particularly stressful experience, especially if you are unsure about the costs and procedures involved. Willett & Co solicitors regularly handle a wide range of disputes and we can provide practical and specialist advice with the aim of resolving your dispute quickly and cost-effectively.
We can offer advice in the following areas of law:
- Landlord & Tenant Problems
- Neighbour & Boundary disputes
- Mortgage repossession
- Consumer disputes
- Business and other contract disputes
- Probate disputes
- Trust disputes
- Education issues
- Debt collection
- Employment disputes
- Tribunal representation
- Road accidents
- Accidents at work
- Tripping & Slipping cases
- Criminal injury claims to the CICA
- Professional negligence
- Personal injury claims
- Contract claims
- Police complaints and claims
Wherever possible, we always seek to settle disputes by negotiation. In many cases, disputes can be resolved by using alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods such as mediation and arbitration. These procedures tend to be more informal and less adversarial than going to Court. We will work for you to reach a mutually satisfactory outcome to both parties.
There are occasions however, when Court action is necessary. Rest assured that we will provide a robust and efficient presentation of your case in order to gain the best result for you. Our Litigation Partner, David Shipman, has considerable experience in the Civil Courts.
We aim to provide a high quality service and will deal with your matter in a friendly and professional manner. We also work hard to ensure that there is regular communication with you to ensure you are kept informed about the progress of your case.
Whether you are thinking of bringing or defending a claim and would like more information on Litigation & Disputes, please contact us using our online form or call 01284 701323.
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