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;...
Arbitration is an alternative to court proceedings whereby the parties appoint a private judge to resolve the issues they have. It can be used in financial and children disputes.
Arbitration is an increasingly popular alternative to court and is often combined with a private Financial Dispute Resolution appointment (FDR). This is where a private judge is appointed to give guidance to assist settlement at an early stage.
We will guide you through the arbitration and private FDR process ensuring you are properly represented throughout.