We don’t recommend litigation as your first point of call. Often your situation can be resolved without the stress of a court case.
To keep you out of court, we first recommend mediation. This is often quicker and more effective. Courts can fine parties who don’t mediate without good cause, so it’s best to try this first.
We have several trained and accredited mediators in our ranks. So, we can ensure you have the right case for negotiation, and that whatever you agree is watertight.
Sometimes court is the only option. If you get to this stage, you can rest assured you’re in safe hands. We have an excellent court success rate, so we’ll get the right agreement for you, whatever the dispute.
We have our own network of experts at your disposal including:
We’ll fight your corner with everything we’ve got. And you’ll be kept up to date with the costs every step of the way.
How to resolve a dispute with a neighbour
We are always told to love thy neighbour but what if that is not happening.............. There are many reasons why neighbours can argue but the best course of action is to get it resolved as quickly and as easily as possible.
Here are the steps to take to try and resolve the situation:
At Churchers we offer free drop in sessions at our offices should you want to pop in to check your legal rights surrounding these types of issues.
I have been dealing with Andrew Bryan at Churchers Solicitors regarding a recent dispute. He has been professional throughout the process always providing me regular progress reports. His relentless attitude and perseverance towards a rather difficult situation meant we achieved our goals and aspirations set out in our first appointment. I would recommend Andrew and Churchers for all aspects of Law.
Harvey Stokes, Fareham