Our experienced disputes solicitors are here to help if you find yourself involved in a dispute which cannot be resolved through informal discussion. We will give you a personalised service to meet your objectives, and we will take time to understand your needs and offer pragmatic advice with a transparent fee structure, tailored to your circumstances.
Our dispute resolution expertise
Our team has experience across a wide range of disputes including:
- Property disputes
- Breach of contract
- Cohabitation disputes
- Landlord and tenant disputes
- Will disputes
- Contentious probate
- Inheritance Act claims
- Professional negligence claims
- Commercial disputes
Our approach to dispute resolution
What we’ll do when you get in touch with us:
- Advise you on what your next steps should be
- Give you an indication of your prospects of success at the outset
- Manage your expectations about what our fees are likely to be at each stage of the dispute
Whilst we are keen to fight our client’s corner and often do so in court, we understand that this method of obtaining a result isn’t for everyone. There are a range of alternative dispute resolution options which our advisors utilise to get our client’s the right outcome, such as mediation.
Mediation helps to resolve disputes by facilitating effective negotiations in an informal setting (outside of a court room) which can often save time, money and emotional stress.
We pride ourselves on being accessible, reliable and good communicators.
‘Ashtons have always impressed us. All of the people at Ashtons are intelligent, focused and professional. Their communication skills are excellent and we have never had to chase them.’ – Chambers & Partners
‘The litigation practice at Ashtons Legal is ‘highly experienced and client-focused’. – Legal 500
‘They work well on furthering their client’s interests whilst retaining a high degree of objectivity and understanding of what is achievable and what is not achievable.’ – Legal 500
Contact Our Dispute Resolution Solicitors in East Anglia
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