Our Dispute Resolution Services:
At Freemans Solicitors our team have been recognised for our experience across a wide range of litigation law, dealing with cases in various levels of the civil courts as well as a range of Tribunals. Our specialist litigation solicitors offer an extensive service covering the following areas:
Whether you are facing debts or other monetary claims being made against you, or you wish to pursue money owed to you as an individual.
If you need advice on responding to an Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA), statutory demand, bankruptcy petition or are undergoing Directors Disqualification Proceedings.
With our expert advice and personalised guidance, you will be reassured of the best possible outcome.
Your home life is important, so it stands to reason that you will want to resolve any dispute surrounding the place in which you live with the utmost efficiency. With the help of our highly experienced property litigation solicitors, you will be guided down the most appropriate route to resolve everything from boundary disputes and lease related issues to enforcement of lease covenants, adverse possession and joint owner disagreements.
Residential Landlord and Tenant
If you are in dispute with your landlord or tenant, it can be a very upsetting time. You need to know your rights as a landlord or tenant and be fully aware of whether any action being taken is legal. Our landlord and tenant litigation specialists provide personalised assistance across a variety of issues including possession proceedings, breach of covenants, dilapidations claims; rent reviews and service charge disputes.
If you are dissatisfied with work that has been carried out for you under a contract and/or you believe that the contractor has breached the terms of your agreement, you may be able to make a claim against them. Our litigation law experts will guide you through your options for a resolution in the most cost-effective way.
Any professional such as an accountant, solicitor, surveyor, architect or financial adviser owes their client a duty of care. If they fall short of this duty and act negligently then you may be able to bring a claim against them for professional negligence.
Disputes concerning sensitive issues such as probate and wills can quickly become highly charged. It is therefore imperative that you engage the right level of expert assistance in order to reach a resolution that is positive and, wherever possible, seeks to maintain good family relations. If you are in debate over a trust, a will, a power of attorney or a probate issue, our expert dispute resolution solicitors are ready to assist.
We champion strategic negotiation and alternative dispute resolution including negotiation, mediation and arbitration. For a number of our cases, dispute resolution via the courtroom may be avoided, resulting in both cost and time savings for our clients, as well as far more amicable outcomes between the parties involved.