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If you have a dispute it could be sensible to resolve it quickly to avoid unnecessary costs, it might be helpful to chat with a solicitor.

Life is rarely simple, although most of us go out our way to avoid confrontation this isn't always possible, sometimes a dispute will end in court proceedings.

Whatever dispute advice you seek feel free to get in touch, we'll do our best.

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If you have a dispute it could be sensible to resolve it quickly to avoid unnecessary costs, it might be helpful to chat with a solicitor.

Life is rarely simple, although most of us go out our way to avoid confrontation this isn't always possible, sometimes a dispute will end in court proceedings.

Whatever dispute advice you seek feel free to get in touch, we'll do our best.

Disputes Matters

  • Boundary dispute
  • Neighbour dispute
  • Contract disputes
  • Consumer disputes
  • Construction disputes
  • Property disputes
  • Social media defamation
Your landlord is responsible for most repairs in your home. They should also redecorate if needed once the problem is fixed.
This applies to private landlords, councils and housing associations.

I fell-out with a friend a few months ago and she has been harassing me on Facebook and Twitter ever since. I’m finding this upsetting especially as  I have a responsible job and worry about where this will end up.

If you can’t resolve this yourself you have a few options. Ask a lawyer to send a cease and desist letter, the platform operator to remove the content and ban the individual. If this doesn’t work you might have to consider an injunction. Alternatively, you may have to get the police involved.

I’ve spoken to a neighbour about Japanese knotweed coming into my garden from his property but this got me nowhere, is he liable? 

It is always a good idea to approach your neighbour and try to negotiate. Taking legal advice early on can help protect your interests and your property if negotiations fail.

I’m in dispute with a builder over £8,000 can I take him to the small claims court?

You can use the small claims court to recover up to £10,000 in England and Wales, £5,000 in Scotland and £3,000 in Northern Ireland.
FAQ’s not to be considered legal advice.

Dispute Matters

  • Boundary dispute

  • Neighbour dispute

  • Japanese Knotweed

  • Contract disputes

  • Consumer disputes

  • Construction disputes

  • Property disputes

  • Social media defamation

Your landlord is responsible for most repairs in your home. They should also redecorate if needed once the problem is fixed.

This applies to private landlords, councils and housing associations.

I fell-out with a friend a few months ago and she has been harassing me on Facebook and Twitter ever since. I’m finding this upsetting especially as  I have a responsible job and worry about where this will end up.

If you can’t resolve this yourself you have a few options. Ask a lawyer to send a cease and desist letter, the platform operator to remove the content and ban the individual. If this doesn’t work you might have to consider an injunction. Alternatively, you may have to get the police involved.

I’ve spoken to a neighbour about Japanese knotweed coming into my garden from his property but this got me nowhere, is he liable? 

It is always a good idea to approach your neighbour and try to negotiate. Taking legal advice early on can help protect your interests and your property if negotiations fail.

I’m in dispute with a builder over £8,000 can I take him to the small claims court?

You can use the small claims court to recover up to £10,000 in England and Wales, £5,000 in Scotland and £3,000 in Northern Ireland.

FAQ’s not to be considered legal advice.

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