Partner / Head of Litigation and Family Law
“Court proceedings may be necessary to settle a dispute. If they are, we’ll act on your behalf with the utmost professionalism. If they aren’t, we’ll advise on alternative solutions.”
Thankfully, many disputes can be settled without recourse to legal action. If, however, you find you are unable to resolve matters this way, litigation may become necessary. Before committing to the expense of court proceedings it is essential to establish your chances of success.
Our highly experienced team will discuss the details of your case with you and draw a rational, balanced conclusion as to its chances of success. All of the risks and potential costs will be clearly explained to you, enabling you to make an objective, dispassionate decision whether or not to proceed.
We may take the view that court proceedings might not be in your best interests. If so, we will explain why – and how other avenues, such as arbitration and mediation, could give you a better chance of a favourable outcome.
Either way, the key is objectivity. When you’re locked in a dispute, it is all too easy to act impulsively and irrationally… at Humphries Kirk, we’ll be at your side to ensure you make decisions based on fact and probability of success – not emotion.
“All Will writers within Humphries Kirk adhere to the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners’ Code for Will Preparation. To learn more about the Step code please click here.
For more information, contact one of our specialists.