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Litigation/Dispute Resolution

Disputes may raise within the potential to be damaging in numerous ways regardless of who they arise between. Whether there is a disagreement with a neighbour, a family member, landlord or a professional such as a solicitor, a surveyor or a financial advisor, it is always wise to seek expert advice before the matter becomes overly complicated and costly.
At Hubers Law, our main goal is to deliver cost effective service to attend the specific needs of our clients. Our specialist team of dispute resolution is highly experienced in providing advise as they have exceptional knowledge of handling difficult problem with the core aim of resolving your differences in the swiftest, most amicable and efficient way possible.

Our Dispute Resolution Services

At Hubers law our team has a strong record of success across a broad range of litigation law. We have experience in dealing with cases in various levels of the civil courts as well as a range of Tribunals. Our specialist litigation solicitors offer an extensive service covering the following areas:

Debt Recovery and Insolvency

These issues can arise frequently in commercial and personal life. our specialist s are able to analyse and explain legal issues whether you are facing debts or other monetary claims being made against you, or you wish to pursue money owed to you as an individual.
Our areas of expertise include Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA), statutory demand, bankruptcy petition and any undergoing Directors Disqualification Proceedings.
With our expert advice and personalised guidance, you will be reassured of the best possible outcome.

Real Property Disputes

We understand how important it must be for you to resolve any dispute surrounding the place in which you live with the utmost efficiency. Our highly experienced property litigation solicitors will help you by guide you through the most appropriate route to resolve everything from boundary disputes and lease related issues to enforcement of lease covenants, adverse possession and joint owner disagreements.

Residential Landlord and Tenant

It can be very stressful and upsetting if you have any dispute with your landlord or tenant. whether you are tenant or Landlord our specialist team will help you by providing effective information of your rights as a landlord or tenant and will make you aware if any legal action can be taken in that regard. Our dedicated landlord and tenant litigation specialists will provide personalised assistance, if you need advice on responding to possession proceedings, breach of covenants, dilapidations claims; rent reviews and service charge disputes.

Contractual Disputes

We have our litigation law experts who will guide you through the best way if you are dissatisfied with work that has been carried out for you under a contract and/or you believe that there has been a breach of the terms of your agreement. Our litigation law experts will assist you to make a claim against them in the most cost-effective way.

Professional Negligence Claims

If any professional such as an accountant, solicitor, surveyor, architect or financial adviser fall short of their duty of care and act negligently then you may be able to bring a claim against them for professional negligence.

Trust, Probate, Wills and Power of Attorney Disputes

Our highly experienced solicitors deal with disputes concerning sensitive issues such as probate and wills. Hence it is very important that you engage the right level of expert assistance to reach a resolution. At Hubers Law , we have been recognised for our positive approach and, wherever possible, seek to maintain good family relationship while resolving the dispute. We are committed to assist you, if you are in debate over a trust, a will, a power of attorney or a probate issue.

Negotiation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

Alternative dispute resolution schemes are process that enable you to resolve a dispute without going to court. It is very important process for the client to resolve the dispute applying negotiation and ADR. Our solicitors provide personalised assistance using negotiation and alternative dispute resolution including negotiation, mediation and arbitration. For a number of our cases, dispute resolution via the courtroom may be avoided, resulting in both cost and time savings for our clients, as well as far more amicable outcomes between the parties involved.

Frequently Asked Questions: Dispute Resolution and Litigation
What is civil litigation?

A process that resolves private and public legal disputes, either through the courts or via some other form of negotiation is civil litigation. Usually, such dispute involves financial compensation or an agreement between the parties which require doing or does not take a specified action.

Is there any alternative to litigation?

Through court proceedings, with a Judge making the final, binding decision disputes are resolved in litigation. But where mediation is possible which is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), parties are required to seek ADR. A mediator who works with the two parties in dispute with a view to reaching a resolution that is then signed in agreement is mediation. Besides, mediator cannot make a decision, but this method is known as an amicable and cost-effective method to try and resolve a dispute. Also, disputes can be resolved outside of the courtroom through arbitration, using an impartial person to make a binding decision.

What is a professional negligence claim?

It is claim when someone suffered a financial loss as a direct result of the negligence that the professional owed a duty of care to that person and that they breached it. It will need to be shown that the services delivered fell below those that would reasonably be expected from a reasonably competent professional.

Is there any time limit to bringing claim?

In certain situations, there are time limits. For most disputes, the limitation period is six years, although there are variations and sometimes special conditions will apply (such as professional negligence cases). Your solicitor will inform you accordingly with regards to the appropriate time limit for bringing your claim.

Hubers Law: Expertise in Resolving Disputes for the Best Outcome

Hubers Law is committed to provide completely reassured of a personalised service which is totally focused on client’s individual needs. We recognise and genuinely care about how clients’ dispute affects their everyday life and how it may alter their financial situation, as well as important relationships. Our aim is to use the in-depth experience and skills of our litigation experts to craft the best workable solution to remedy the situation.
To talk through your matter in confidence with one of our friendly dispute resolution solicitors, please get in touch.