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Litigation - Do I Need a Solicitor?

Litigation - Do I Need a Solicitor?

The question of whether to instruct a solicitor is not always black and white. There are times when it is necessary, however, you could find yourself in a dispute with a neighbour or be in a situation where you are owed money, or are in a disagreement over a planning application, a Will, or a contract. Whatever the requirement, a solicitor will be able to assist you not only with explaining the law and acting upon your instructions, but in giving you proactive advice and pragmatic guidance that is bespoke to your own circumstances.

Many people view the use of a solicitor as expensive and a last resort, however, often engaging the services of a solicitor at an early stage can save you a considerable amount of money and stress in the long run.

Expert Litigation Services: Help When You Need It Most

Sometimes your greatest efforts to compromise and achieve a settlement is just not enough. This is where solicitors come in. Specialist arbitration solicitors can arbitrate on your behalf to try to reach an agreement. Where this does not work, litigation is the only answer.

Not only do our expert litigators have a superb win ratio, they are also easy to speak to and offer proactive and pragmatic advice when you need it. We offer litigation services in all areas, including:

Looking After Your Business Interests

Where you have a business to run, a solicitor can assist you with properly drafted contracts and terms and conditions, advise you on protecting your interests in terms of copyright, patent or trademark. This alone can assist in the success of your business, and could substantially reduce the risk of problems further down the line.

In today’s world, it can be tempting to simply search online for a sample contract terms and conditions or even a template Will. The major problem with doing this is that if things go wrong, you have no one to blame except yourself. Where you instruct a solicitor, the responsibility is in professional hands. Properly drafted contracts which are bespoke to your business make you appear more professional to your clients and you can always refer back to your solicitor if you have any questions.

Our Advice is Insured

Solicitor's firms in England and Wales have to be covered by Professional Indemnity Insurance. This means, if you instruct a solicitor and then suffer as a result of the advice given, restitution in the form of a pay-out can help to compensate any losses.

Free Initial Consultation

Solicitors often offer a free consultation to clients seeking advice or representation. At the consultation, they will listen to your requirements and then provide you with a quotation before any chargeable work is undertaken. At Selachii, we offer an initial free consultation to all our clients. This way, you will have a better understanding of the legal issues involved, and how much advice and representation could cost. It also allows us get to know you as a client in order to understand your needs, allowing us to deliver a tailored service to your requirements.

Contact our Expert Litigation Solicitors London

Selachii is a dynamic litigation and dispute resolution law firm based in Kensington, London. We work with both businesses and private individuals, giving them bespoke legal advice and support tailored to their exact requirements.

We can dissect your business issues so that we understand every element before designing the best and most cost-effective way of getting you to the outcome you want.

 

We’re here when you need us. Give us a phone today for a free consultation. Call Selachii today on 02077925649.

 

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