Are you involved in a dispute over property ownership? We help evidence your rights to a property and find the shortest, simplest route to resolution.
When property disputes aren’t handled correctly, they can end up being a costly, time-consuming affair. To avoid this, our property litigation lawyers work to achieve amicable agreements early on, all while collecting conclusive evidence of ownership.
It’s our mission to make the journey to resolution as smooth as possible and limit the impact of a relationship breakdown, be it with family, friends or a business partner.
We find the shortest, simplest route to resolution by:
Speaking to our clients in plain English and removing legal jargon
Asking the right questions upfront and requesting the proper documents
Being candid about your expected outcome and chances of success
Offering a free, no-obligation chat where we’ll get a feel for your case before you make any other commitments
Providing expert mediation that diffuses rather than intensifies issues
We do all of this with transparent pricing, using your preferred communication method.
Dispute over property ownership almost always starts at the end of a personal or business relationship. Disputes can be connected to inheritance, divorce and changes to co-habitation or as a result of buying a property with friends, family and business partners. Conflicts often centre around who gets to live in or use property, whether or not one party can buy the other out and how much each person should receive if the property is sold.
A property dispute lawyer is in charge of mediation, as well as collecting evidence to form a clear argument for ownership. For example, property litigation lawyers may use records of mortgage payments, property repairs and agreements between individuals as proof that an unnamed person has ownership rights or a named individual should have a larger share of ownership. A property dispute lawyer is also qualified to give impartial legal advice on any property ownership dispute, no matter its complexity.
All reputable property litigation lawyers should be expert at mediation and have the ability to build a compelling case for ownership. However, the best property litigation lawyers will provide superior service on top of this, making the process easy to understand as your case progresses. Better still is if the firm you hire has extensive conveyancing and property experience, proving their solicitors are familiar with the sector and the nuances of property law. At Lockings, our smart-thinking, plain-speaking solicitors possess all of these skills, making them an obvious choice for anyone experiencing property ownership issues.
Property litigation lawyers attempt to settle disputes outside the courtroom, making the resolution process cheaper and easier. As experts in property law, they can review your circumstances and property records to give a well-reasoned opinion on the predicted outcome of your case. Hiring a property dispute lawyer may be your only option if you’re struggling to come to an amicable agreement with the other owners of a property and need the help of a mediator.
If you are a customer of Lockings Solicitors and we have contracted with you online you may be entitled to use the EU Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) Platform to assist in resolving any dispute with us. This service can be found at https://ec.europa.eu/odr.
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