Litigation can be a daunting, lengthy and expensive process. We understand this and are fluent in how litigation can be resolved without the expense of a trial.
The process through which two or more parties resolve a disagreement and achieve an agreement has referred to as dispute resolution.
Crown Law Solicitors’ dispute resolution services act for both parties in a dispute. Our dispute resolution solicitors in London will provide advice to both individuals and corporations that are attempting to mediate a dispute with another party or responding to a request to address a dispute.
There are various types of dispute resolution, and Crown Law Solicitors’ dispute resolution solicitors in London have experience in all areas. Dispute resolution includes:
A process by which you and another party or parties will seek to secure an agreement between each other, often with the support of a Solicitor, to resolve issues without needing to invoke a formal process. That is a cost-effective way of resolving a dispute in most scenarios. Both parties will receive advice from dispute resolution solicitors to ensure the terms of an agreement protect all parties and resolve matters.
That is an informal method in which the parties to a dispute will engage an independent mediator to try to resolve their differences without resorting to a more official process such as arbitration or litigation. Parties to the medication will agree to a set of terms and abide by the conclusion of the mediation. That is customary for both parties to be represented by dispute resolution solicitors. Also, an impartial mediator has been hired to work between and with the parties to reach an agreement. Although the parties are not legally obligated by the final decision until a consent order has been made and agreed upon by a court, resolving a disagreement through mediation is cost-effective.
That is a more formal process and is a private resolution of a despite between parties. However, having dispute resolution solicitors to represent you is essential in a dispute that is to be resolved by arbitration.
Further, there are benefits to arbitration as it is less restrictive than litigation and gives the parties more freedom. Although, this is a formal process by which parties will be bound during the process.
They can set their own rules’ timetables and appoint their arbitrator or panel of arbitrators once agreed between the parties.
Arbitration also has the advantage of being private and typically will be more cost-effective than litigation. It is also binding on the parties, so a resolution is achieved and the matter considered resolved in the same way that a court hearing would achieve.
That is the last phase in the dispute resolution process and is still extensively employed. Litigation can be complicated, time-consuming, and expensive, yet it is frequently the only option to finally resolve a disagreement.
Using a Solicitor is essential in litigation as the parties will be bound by the Civil procedure rules, and failure to adhere to them will have serious consequences, including losing your case or financial penalties.
The final step in a litigation matter is a court hearing, but most litigation is resolved by agreement before a final court hearing.
An agreement before the hearing will be by consent and legally binding and a decision by a judge will also be legally binding unless appealed in which case the appeal court will make the final decision.
Our dispute resolution solicitors will work with you and advise you on the best solution for you. As long as the outcome is in our client’s best interests, we will always attempt to resolve disputes most shortly and cost-effectively possible.
Dispute resolution is a skill, and Crown Law Solicitors have expert lawyers for dispute resolution services prepared in working with parties to resolve disputes.
We will strive for you to get the best possible results and ensure that your best interests are safeguarded at all times via competent advice and representation.
Our legal fees are always competitive, and you will be very clear on the fees that need to be paid, to who and when.
To discuss a dispute you have and gain advice on the appropriate path to take to resolve your dispute, you can call one of our experienced dispute resolution solicitors on 0208 175 6733 or email us email@example.com or complete an online inquiry.