While we know that disputes will sometimes arise we recognise that litigation is not always the most appropriate way to deal with a situation. Williams Hunt will always seek to serve the interests of our clients and achieve your objectives by giving you the best advice on how to deal with your dispute in the most effective manner. If suitable as an alternative to litigation, Williams Hunt can arrange settlement of your matter through negotiation or mediation.
Disputes can include:
- Neighbourhood disputes;
- Employment disputes;
- Building and construction disputes;
- Bullying and harassment disputes;
- Consumer disputes;
- Disputes with the Government or Council;
- Environmental disputes;
- Planning disputes; and
- All types of insurance claims.
If negotiation or mediation is not appropriate or warranted in your situation Williams Hunt solicitors have extensive experience in litigation and we can advise and represent you in any dispute, and in any court.
Succession Planning and Estate Litigation
Getting your succession plan right should be on the top of the family priority list. Leaving a good legacy for the next generation really does make a huge difference. We often see the results of succession plan gone wrong where the parties end up in an expensive and often destructive litigation process. Having said that often there are genuine causes for complaint and once again, it is important to get advice early.
Williams Hunt has lawyers who can advise on a full range of Accident Compensation services. The types of claims include: Workers Compensation, Motor Vehicle Accident, and Public Liability Compensation.
It is important to remember that in many compensation claims strict times limits apply.
There are also other legal factors that need to be taken into account when you are seeking compensation such as pre-existing injuries, extenuating circumstances or contributory negligence from the another party. If you think that you have a claim it is vital that you obtain a clear understanding of your legal position before you start. Remember if you are unsure as to your legal rights do not sign anything until you have has legal advice.
Contact us to find out more or arrange a consultation.