From small claims to thousands of pounds of compensation or damages Leonard Gray’s Dispute Resolution Solicitors look after the interests of both commercial organisations and individuals.
Any dispute or disagreement can create stress whether at home or at work. At Leonard Gray, our dispute resolution solicitors in Chelmsford will help and guide you in taking a practical look at what’s happening and guide you through the options available to you. This allows you to feel comfortable making a decision about the best way forward.
Our Dispute Resolution Solicitors give prompt, decisive, practical advice to clients to ensure they are fully aware of their rights and options.
Our expertise spans:
- Debt Recovery
- Landlord & Tenant Disputes
- Neighbour & Boundary Disputes
- Building & Tradesman Disputes
- Will Disputes & Contentious Probate
We appreciate how important each client’s matter is to them and ensure you have direct lawyer contact to answer any questions or to simply keep you updated.
We can advise you on pre-litigation matters and negotiations all the way through to a final hearing at court.
Resolving disputes via mediation:
An alternative to the legal process
At Leonard Gray we offer two ways to resolve disputes:
1. The legal process
For over 15 years, Leonard Gray has been achieving high rates of success mediating disputes as an alternative approach to the legal process. We have combined many years of legal expertise with intensive training in mediation skills. This blend of practical experience and legal knowledge makes lawyer mediators ideally equipped to deal with all the issues that arise.
Click here for more information on mediation visit our dedicated website.
Telephone us for an initial discussion
We are happy to provide initial advice over the telephone. Please contact Andrew Gillett directly.
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