Disputes are a natural part of human interaction, whether personally or in the course of business.
Dispute resolution is the process by which disputes are addressed and resolved with aim of achieving a particular objective.
Whether you are large commercial outfit, a small family run business, or a private individual, our dispute resolution team are here to help you.
Disputes can affect the day to day running of your business, or your life at home. Either way, it is important that a resolution is found for you. The Solicitors within the dispute resolution team have decades of experience and our aim is to find you the quickest and most economical solution whilst safeguarding your reputation and assets.
Dispute resolution is important because it can help to:
- Preserve relationships
- Understand each party’s position
- Save time and resources
- Enhance communication between the parties
- Promotes fairness and justice
- Opportunity to make reparations for any wrongdoings
How can we help?
Without legal representations, disputes can frequently be prolonged due to the heightened emotions of the involved parties and the intricate legal complexities at play.
We offer a professional and practical service assisting you with:
- Pre-action discussions and negotiations
- Alternative dispute resolution
- Representation during proceedings (issuing proceedings, without prejudice negotiations, drafting pleadings, witness statements and other court forms)
- Drafting settlement agreements
- Enforcing judgments
There are many circumstances in which we can assist with your dispute. Some examples include:
- liability and/or quantum.
- Professional negligence: where a professional (such as an architect, solicitor, surveyor) fails to carry out their job without due skill and care which causes loss to the client.
- Landlord and tenant: claims for possession, disrepair or rent arrears.
- Breach of contract: where a party has not complied with a term in a contract and a party is seeking damages or another remedy.
- Contentious probate: Where disputes arise over the administration of a deceased’s estate.
- TOLATA claims: where there is a dispute regarding property ownership.
- Residential and Commercial Property Disputes: this may be disputes with neighbours, condition of a property or other issues.
- Divorce and financial remedy disputes: where a married couple are looking to dissolve their marriage and divide their assets.