Property dispute solicitors
If you’re involved in a property dispute with a neighbour, tenant, landlord, local authority or anybody else, we may be able to help you resolve the dispute amicably. The dispute could be spoiling your enjoyment of your property or affecting your finances, so the sooner you resolve it, the sooner you can get back to normal.
Our specialist team provides expert legal advice in different languages to clients on a wide range of legal matters, including property disputes. They can advise the best course of action, with no upfront fees. If we think we can help you, we’ll explain any fees up front before you decide whether or not you’d like us to help you settle your dispute.
What sort of property disputes can arise?
Disputes over property can be very varied in terms of their nature and complexity. It may be something as simple as a minor boundary dispute, right through to a dispute over the ownership of a property. The most common disputes include:
- Transfer of ownership disputes
- Boundary disputes
- Rights of Way
- Damage to property including tree root damage
- Access to Neighbouring Land Act
- Party Wall Act/building disputes
- Nuisance neighbours
- Breach of Covenant
- Adverse Possessions claims
If you’re experiencing any of the above or any other form of property dispute, we may be able to help you resolve it. Our team includes specialists in dispute resolution, with a great deal of experience in property disputes like these.
If you’re a tenant with a deposit dispute, see our specific page about how we could help you reach an agreement with your landlord.
How can legal advice help with my property dispute?
By discussing the details of your dispute with you, we’ll be able to advise you on the next steps. In the first instance, we may simply advise you to try and settle the dispute amicably with the other party first, if you’ve not done so already.
If we feel that you could benefit from some legal advice, we’ll then discuss that with you and advise you of our fees at that stage. There is nothing you need to pay upfront and you won’t be charged for that first call.
How do I begin resolving my property dispute?
Call us on 0208 1111 911 or contact us through the website and we’ll discuss your circumstances with you. It’s really important that we do this so that we can be sure that any advice we give is appropriate to your situation.