Personal Dispute Resolution
Finding yourself in dispute with someone, whether it’s a neighbour or someone you’ve hired professionally, can be a stressful and lengthy experience, and it can be confusing to know who to turn to for advice.
Why choose Rotheras for Personal Dispute Resolution?
At Rotheras we understand that you will want your dispute resolved quickly, effectively and affordably.
Our fully qualified team have significant experience in a wide range of disputes.
Where possible we will resolve to settle your dispute using alternative dispute resolution methods.
We have a great deal of experience in representing clients in County Court, High Court and special tribunals.
When you instruct us you will be assigned a dedicated member of our team who will work with you from start to finish to settle your dispute.
We will work closely with you to establish the full details of your dispute so we can advise on the best strategy.
We can draw on the experience of our other departments including debt recovery, commercial property and corporate so that we can advise you on any additional matters that may arise during your dispute.
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What can we help you with?
Richard Bates leads the Litigation and Dispute Resolution team at Rotheras. Richard is a litigation specialist and can provide a wide range of services to both commercial and private clients.
Richard Hammond is a Dispute Resolution specialist and mediator at Nottingham-based law firm Rotheras Solicitors. Richard is also a notary public, processing client documents for international use.
Joshua Morley is a Trainee Solicitor currently in the Dispute Resolution department and is based in the Lace Market office.
Paige Regardsoe is a Solicitor in our Dispute Resolution department and is based at our Lace Market office.
Millie Moreton is a paralegal in Rotheras commercial and dispute resolution departments and is based at our Lace Market office.
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Posted on 07/08/2020