Dispute Resolution

If you find yourself involved in a dispute, our experienced team can help you to understand your rights and assist you to settle the dispute in a fair and reasonable manner.

Litigation is the process by which a person who feels they have been wronged by another person can bring a matter before a court for the purpose of dispute resolution. Litigation or suing is used to protect one person’s legal interests against another.

Litigation causes of action can include the following.

  • Breach of contract
  • Negligence
  • Personal injury
  • Nuisance
  • Recovery of debts
  • Defamation
  • Trespass
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How We Can Help You

  • Explain the full legal process of dispute resolution to you in easy to understand terms
  • Discuss your options to resolve a potential dispute in or out of Court
  • Offer you the appropriate advice as to your rights
  • Endeavour to achieve the best outcome for you

View our fact sheets on dispute resolution for more information, and review our dispute resolution blog content.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Litigation may not be the best solution to a conflict. One of the most common approaches is using mediation, negotiation and arbitration to find a constructive solution to resolving the dispute without having to go to court. Known as alternative dispute resolution techniques, there are a number of advantages to using this

Depending on the matter, there are different processes that occur in litigation which range from negotiation right up to trial. Litigation generally ends when the matter has been negotiated and settled or when the case is heard before the court and a final judgement is made. Not every dispute ends

Nearly all causes of action have a limitation period in which an action must be brought before the court. A failure to bring an action before that time can mean you are unable to commence proceedings. This limitation period varies depending on the cause of action, with a general rule

If successful you may be entitled to a remedy but this is up to the discretion of the court. A remedy may include damages in the form of a financial compensation; an injunction which is stopping a person from doing a specific thing; or it may require them to do

Generally where parties are in a dispute they should attempt negotiation first with the other parties in the hope to reach a settlement prior to court proceedings being commenced. If this fails then court proceedings can be initiated. The court then has its own process which involves stages of defining

If you have received a summons letter or some other notification indicating you are being sued, it is important to get legal advice so you can understand your rights and obligations. Our team has proven success in resolving disputes quickly and easily in order to achieve the best outcomes for

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