Negotiated Disputes

Depending on the matter, there are different processes that occur in litigation which range from negotiation before litigation to taking the matter to a trial-based resolution. Litigation 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 up in court. Taking a matter to court can be highly stressful and costly. Our lawyers are experienced in looking at alternative techniques such as negotiation, arbitration and mediation to resolve conflicts. We always attempt to negotiate with the other party to reach a settlement beforehand and will only commence court proceedings when the other alternatives have been explored.

We have a team of experienced fixed fee litigation lawyers with extensive experience to take your matter through the court process as required. Where there is a failure to reach a settlement then court action may be the only solution.

If you would like to know more information, please contact the team at Lynn & Brown today.

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