Legal disputes can quickly drain your financial and emotional reserves and are something which no one wants to find themselves embroiled in.
Disputes can affect businesses and private individuals alike. In the event that you are unable to resolve a dispute, it can become necessary to take legal action or speak to a solicitor.
Disputes can often be time-consuming, financially draining, and emotionally damaging for all those involved.
At Rollits, our dispute resolution solicitors are skilled in providing specialist advice and guidance regarding a wide range of disputes so that you can be confident not only in our legal knowledge, but also our ability to help you try and resolve your dispute effectively.
Our solicitors in Hull and York understand that a dispute can cause a great deal of distress, and will provide sensitive and friendly support without overwhelming you with legal jargon.
We can support clients in Hull, York, the wider Yorkshire area, and across the UK through a range of channels. Our dispute resolution solicitors can provide support via phone, video conference or in-person to best suit your needs.
With Rollits, you will receive pragmatic legal advice that is tailored to your specific circumstances, ensuring that your needs are met whether you are trying to resolve a business dispute or a more personal matter.
l have found Rollits to be very thorough in all aspects of our case, and have been advised and guided very professionally, specifically Mr Chris Drinkall, who is a partner in the firm.The UK Legal 500, 2022 edition
Our dispute resolution expertise
At Rollits, we have years of experience handling a wide variety of dispute resolution matters and can provide clients with understanding and expert legal guidance.
Our lawyers have a specialist understanding of dispute resolution, including but not limited to a:
- Land and Property dispute
- Boundary dispute
- Neighbour dispute
- Trespass and Nuisance dispute
- Wills and Probate dispute
- Inheritance dispute
- Sale of Goods and Supply of Services dispute
- Consumer rights dispute
Get in touch with our dispute resolution solicitors in Hull and York today
If you are in need of dispute resolution services, contact our solicitors today for expert advice and guidance. We can support clients across the UK from our offices in Hull and York.
Our dispute resolution solicitors
Property disputes can end up wasting time and costing a lot of money and are known to be incredibly stressful for everyone involved. This sort of dispute is often related to the ownership of a specific piece of land or property and is often between landlords and tenants, neighbours, or external organisations like a local planning department.
Our dispute solicitors can help you resolve property disputes so that you can rely on them to protect your interests and to provide sound legal and tactical advice.
A boundary dispute is a disagreement or miss communication regarding the location of where one property ends and another starts. Not understanding where the property line is can lead to a number of disputes regarding the division of land and properties. For example, if a neighbour builds a shed on land that belongs to you.
With the help of our expert solicitors at Rollits, you can minimise the impact of these disputes, take action to protect a boundary, and make a claim if necessary.
Disputes between neighbours are fairly common and can cause a great deal of difficulties and stress in your everyday life. These matters, if not addressed quickly, can lead to resentment, conflict and even pressure to move away from your home.
Our team in Hull and York are skilled in supporting clients in neighbour disputes and helping you take legal steps to resolve the matter as amicably as possible. We can help with a number of neighbour disputes, for example:
- Trees and hedges
- Anti-social behaviour
- Fences maintenance
- Party Walls
A land dispute solicitor can be invaluable when it comes to disagreements regarding land matters. This may include things like boundary placement or land use.
We can provide clear and professional guidance on land dispute matters, giving our clients the means to apply to the Land Registry, resolve misunderstandings quickly, and prepare and handle court proceedings.
The death of a loved one is always incredibly difficult, but if you are surprised by the terms included in their Will, it can be even more distressing. There can be a number of disputes when it comes to a Will, or the absence of a Will, including disputes regarding inheritance, administering an estate, interpretation of the Will, and disputes between beneficiaries and executors.
At Rollits, our specialist solicitors have experience in advising on disputes surrounding the circumstances in which a Will was made, or perhaps changed. This includes reviewing the advice and involvement of other solicitors or will-writers, and helping clients to understand whether, and how, a disputed Will may be capable of being challenged. Our specialist solicitors also regularly advise clients in circumstances where the deceased did not leave a Will and died intestate.
When it comes to probate disputes, individuals and family members are already grieving the death of a loved one so the additional pressure of a probate dispute can lead to high levels of stress, anxiety and resentment all round.
Our teams in Hull and York understand this and have the legal knowledge needed to help you to navigate the many issues that can arise in a probate dispute, such as:
- The validity of a Will or Trust deed
- Mental incapacity claims
- Incorrect estate administration
- Negligent advice when making the Will
- The removal of executors or trustees
Inheritance can often be the cause of disputes among family members. Our team aims to resolve all inheritance disputes as quickly and efficiently as possible to ensure that things remain amicable within a family.
Our solicitors have experience helping clients manage all sorts of inheritance disputes. They can assist you with disputes between beneficiaries and executors, matters involving trusts, the misconduct of an attorney, the validity of a Will and the removal of beneficiaries and trustees.
Our solicitors can also provide advice and assistance upon claims made under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, and proprietary estoppel claims.
Why choose our dispute resolution lawyers?
Our team at Rollits work out of our York and Hull offices. They are friendly and transparent about each case and will provide step-by-step guidance to help our clients achieve the outcome they deserve.
We are proud to have a fantastic reputation thanks to the expertise of our solicitors, who always take the time to understand the needs of the client when dealing with a dispute.
At Rollits, we have over 180 years of legal expertise under our belt. This knowledge and experience allow us to give our clients advice that is tailed to their unique circumstances in a straightforward manner.
We have successfully supported clients with both simple and complex disputes and helped them to resolve matters quickly and efficiently. Avoiding further emotional or financial strains.
Additionally, our firm is focused on giving the most pragmatic and clear advice to our clients. We endeavour to keep in mind the proportionality of costs involved to enable clients to pursue the course of action that will deliver the most appropriate outcomes for their matter.
Our corporate legal services’ fees
At Rollits, you can expect fair legal fees that reflect our excellent services but are competitively priced in comparison to other firms.
Our dispute solicitors’ fees will be directly impacted by the type of service you require and the complexity of the situation. We will always be transparent and upfront about what fees you will incur, so you never have to worry about surprise charges.
If you would like to discuss our dispute resolution legal fees today, get in touch with our solicitors in Hull and York. After assessing your unique situation, we will be able to provide you with a more accurate estimate of your fee.
Get in touch with our dispute resolution solicitors today
For more information regarding our dispute resolution services and to discuss your needs, get in touch with our team today. We have offices in Hull and York and can support clients across Yorkshire and the rest of the UK through video call and phone services, as well as in person appointments.