How does purchasing a ‘listed’ building differ from an ordinary purchase? In the South East we have a number of properties of special architectural or historical importance. A listed building will fall into one of three categories of listing;...
Our team of lawyers have experience of all forms of dispute resolution. Whether acting for individuals or corporate clients our approach remains focused on delivering to our clients the best practical and user friendly advice and extends to
- Equine Law
- Probate, Inheritance & Trust Claims
- Debt Recovery & Contract Claims
- Professional Negligence
- Sale of Goods & Warranty claims
- Director, shareholder and partnership disputes
We offer clear, practical advice and each case is carefully costed at the outset and regularly reviewed throughout the life of the dispute. We encourage up front discussions with the client in order to assess the best way forward and will review with you the most appropriate fee structures before embarking on any course of action.
We aim to bring the matter to a cost effective conclusion.
We advise on all the aspects of litigation process and can represent you if such steps are necessary.