Unfortunately, there are times in business when disputes arise.
This could be as a result of non-payment of your invoices or a dispute about the services provided by one or more parties to an agreement.
Each situation is different and more often than not, early intervention is key to resolving a dispute.
Usually, a letter of demand setting out the claim and providing adequate time to pay should resolve the situation.
In some circumstances, unfortunately some people will only pay once they receive a letter from a lawyer, or a statement of claim.
We have a lot of experience in dispute resolution and can assist you, even if it’s obtaining a short advice about the prospects of success of a claim or writing to the other side.
If you’ve received a statement of claim or statutory demand, you need to act fast in order to comply with relevant time limits, so don’t delay in getting some tailored advice.
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