Use the Linder Myers Dispute service to look at your building and construction contracts
We offer an initial consultation for £75 plus VAT. Whether you want to challenge a Will, or defend against a claim, we can offer you expert advice and assistance. We explore all options, including Mediation and negotiation, but we can also represent you at Court if the dispute cannot be settled amicably.
We offer a range of fixed fee prices to help you budget. We can prepare all the necessary legal documentation and instruct bailiffs on behalf landlords. We can help protect the rights of tenants who are being unlawfully evicted.
We offer a no-obligation consultation at a fixed fee of £75 + VAT. Our experts have a proven track record of achieving the best possible outcome for our clients. We aim to negotiate an agreed settlement that will benefit you and your family, but can also act for you during Court proceedings if the dispute cannot be resolved amicably.
We offer a range of fixed fee services and flexible funding options to help you budget. We can talk you through the terms of a contract and help you decide how best to proceed. If someone has breached a contract with you, or if you have been accused of breaching an agreement, we can represent you and help resolve the matter quickly and efficiently.
Whether you are unhappy with the work that has been carried out, or there is a disagreement about price, we have extensive experience in assisting both individuals and businesses with a wide range of building and construction dispute resolutions. We offer a fast and cost-effective service and we tailor our approach to meet the specific needs of each of our clients.
For married couples and civil partners, the law relating to co-ownership is well established. However, the law concerning all other joint owners, such as unmarried couples, friends, relatives and business partners is complex, particularly when there is a fall out or separation. At Linder Myers, our Dispute Resolution Solicitors have extensive experience in disputes concerning shares in a property, and disagreements over the decision to sell.