Commercial dispute resolution solicitors near Norwich.

Disputes can have a negative impact on your business reputation, relationships, and cash flow. To avoid disruption, enlisting the help of specialist solicitors is important. Our team of professional dispute solicitors work to identify the best outcome for you. Working collaboratively across other departments including employment, property, and debt recovery, we supply our clients with a knowledgeable and efficient service.

Expert dispute resolution for business.

Hansells has helped private clients, charities, small businesses, and multi-national corporations with commercial disputes. Our experience is widespread, both in terms of the complexity and value of the dispute, meaning we are perfectly placed to give the expert legal advice you need to make the right decision for you. We understand every dispute is unique and the importance to you is achieving the best outcome, whether that is by mediation or in court proceedings.

Our dispute resolution services.

At Hansells, our professional dispute resolution solicitors can help you with a range of different disagreements, including:

  • Negligence.
  • Property and building disputes.
  • Bankruptcy and insolvency.
  • Contract disputes.

Dispute resolution is the  processes through which people and businesses in dispute resolve their differences. These can include a range of strategies like court proceedings,negotiations, mediation, arbitration,  and insolvency.

A dispute resolution solicitor will help you resolve a dispute between your business and another party. This might include starting or defending court proceedings, but also alternative dispute resolution methods, such as negotiation, mediation, or arbitration. Throughout the process, we will represent you and handle your negotiations to achieve the best outcome possible. To find out more about how our dispute resolution solicitors achieve success for our clients, contact us today.

There is no singular way to solve a commercial dispute, and the exact nature of the issue will often determine the approach of whether the case needs to go to court. The four types of dispute resolution are:

  • Negotiation.
  • Mediation.
  • Arbitration.
  • Litigation.

For advice bespoke to your circumstances, get in touch with our experienced dispute resolution solicitors today.

If you’re facing a commercial dispute, you may be concerned about the cost implications. At Hansells, we wish to understand your needs and the importance of the commercial dispute to you as this helps us offer a range of transparent and competitive pricing options. We will discuss the likely costs involved and the method of payment as part of providing you with a pricing option to meet the needs of your business and tailored to your situation.