Category: Solicitors, Lawyers and Legal Advisors
Address: Capon Gate, Pasture Lane, Ashby Folville, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE14 2TT
business law, Conveyancing negligence, dispute resolution, law, negligence claims, neighbour disputes, professional negligence, Solicitor negligence
Specialist litigation firm
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Dispute Resolution | Professional Negligence | Business Law |
When you have a dispute you need to work with an experienced solicitor. Someone who knows cases like yours; a solicitor who will get you the maximum compensation or who has the skills to resolve your problem effectively and quickly.
If you instruct Nicholson Gordon Law your case will be dealt with by a lawyer with many years' experience in the particular dispute. If we don't have the expertise to deal with your particular problem we won't take you on as a client.
We represent clients throughout England and Wales. Nicholson Gordon Law is a specialist firm focusing on what we do well:
Dispute resolution for businesses (e.g. disputes involving professional negligence, contracts, partnerships and shareholder disputes);
Dispute resolution for individuals (e.g. boundary, building, property disputes, consumer and contract disputes);
Professional negligence (e.g. solicitors' and barristers' negligence, surveyors', accountants' and architects' negligence);
As a small firm, we offer top-quality representation and service, at competitive rates. You get results cost effectively and quickly.
We will be happy to serve your needs wherever you are in the country.
Dispute Resolution Lawyers
Litigation specialists covering all personal and commercial legal disputes - including professional negligence, property and building disputes and debt/asset recovery. Nicholson Gordon Law provides the specialist experience and knowledge to give you the peace of mind that your action will end with the best possible result from any claim or dispute, as quickly and easily as possible.
Telephone 01664 431 300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal Guarantee guidance
Are you concerned about a personal guarantee which you have given to a bank, landlord or other creditor? We can help.
A personal guarantee is an agreement to be held responsible for paying the debts of another person or business. If you are a business owner and/or are a director of a limited company, you may have signed a personal guarantee when you first started your business, signed a lease, or took out a loan. In the current economic climate, our enquiries in this area are increasing, as many banks are calling in business loans and when the company is unable to pay, the bank will seek to recover the money by pursuing the directors under personal guarantees.
Are you being pursued for money under a personal guarantee and need advice on issues such as:
Do I have to pay the money demanded or are there other options available?
If I am legally bound by the guarantee, can I negotiate with the bank or other creditor to accept a lower amount than has been demanded?
Can I really lose my home or other assets or be made bankrupt as a result of signing the personal guarantee?
Are my business partners or other directors equally liable?
We have been able to help a number of clients in relation to these issues, for instance Mr W of Burbage was being pursued by a finance company for £70,000 in relation to a personal guarantee he had provided related to a Limited Company's debts. The guarantee was secured upon our client's property by way of a legal charge. He had previously been advised by another national firm of solicitors that he had no defence to the claim. Our advice to our client was that he had a good technical defence to the claim, and eventually the finance Company accepted the token sum of £300 in full and final settlement to include the release of the charge over the property.
It is often possible to challenge the validity of a personal guarantee or limit your liability under it. However, these cases are rarely straight forward and early advice from a specialist solicitor is highly recommended.
Learn more about the representation we offer by contacting us by email email@example.com or ring 01664 431 300 to arrange your initial consultation.
Building and construction disputes
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If you have had a builder who left you with an unfinished project or has incompetently undertaken building work for you, we can help. Nicholson Gordon Law works with homeowners and other individuals to resolve building disputes.
In most situations, it is more cost-effective to resolve things with the original builder rather than bringing in a new builder. If you have a falling out with the contractor when there is 20 percent of the building left, you will probably not be able to find a new contractor to pick things up from that point and finish at 20 percent of the budget. Our building disputes solicitor works with clients to find the most cost-effective solutions.
Resolving Issues With Incompetent Builders
Many home-owners are unsure how to deal with the issues surrounding incompetent builders. When can a home-owner tell the builder that enough is enough and demand that the work is completed within a certain time? When can a new builder be employed and the extra costs claimed from the original one? We can help you address the concerns you have with your builder to make sure things stay on track.
If things did not work out with the contractor you hired, we can help you get back on track...
Learn more about how we can relieve the stressful position you are in by contacting us online or ring 01664 431 300 to arrange your initial consultation.
Property Litigation Solicitor - email@example.com or telephone 01664 431 300
Lawyer Who Properly Understands Property Disputes
Nicholson Gordon Law, has many years experience of dealing with property litigation in a practical and sensible manner. If these disputes are not managed properly, many property issues can escalate into lengthy and expensive disputes. We work with clients throughout England and Wales to resolve property disputes involving:
Party Wall Act disputes
Interpretation of deeds and rights of way
Where boundary disputes are concerned, there is a great deal of misinformation regarding how the position of a boundary is determined. On a small scale map, such as a land registry scale map, the line on the map can equate to a line some feet across when scaled up. Expert advice is usually required to determine where the legal boundary actually lies, by considering the legal presumptions and all available plans, deeds and other evidence. We can assist you to resolve the stress and anxiety of boundary and property disputes.
Contact our experienced boundary dispute solicitor
If you have a dispute relating to property, including breach of restrictive covenant, boundary disputes, nuisance or building disputes, we can help you with cost-effective and pragmatic advice. We can offer the latest funding options, which may include paying privately, or the use of insurance policy legal costs provision. We will go through all the options with you and identify the right funding options for you.
Adverse possession claims
Call John Gordon on 01664 431 300 to discuss your ADVERSE POSSESSION CLAIM
Acquiring land by adverse possession is the process by which a homeowner or landowner who is not the legal owner of a piece of land can become the legal owner by possessing the land for a specified period of time. We can advise you on whether such an application is likely to succeed, and whether you should either make an application yourself to have land registered in your name, or whether someone claiming possession of your land is likely to succeed. We know the technical issues important in these cases.
The legal issues are complex, there are two adverse possession regimes in operation in England and Wales, one under the Land Registration Act 2002, and one under the Limitation Act 1980. We will advise you on which regime applies, and whether your case has good prospects of success.
To succeed in these claims, evidence of the right type is crucial. Timing is also crucial; whether to succeed in an application for adverse possession or to defeat an individual's claim to take away land belonging to another.
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