Here at Mitchell Wilde LLP we have a strong reputation for achieving successful outcomes for our clients by combining our legal expertise with a real understanding of the business world based on many years of advising a wide range of clients from a variety of backgrounds.
Disputes, whether personal or commercial, can quickly escalate, which is why taking legal advice at the very outset is key to achieving a sensible solution and protecting your position.
We pride ourselves on understanding your business needs so that we can provide bespoke advice and creative solutions that seek to protect your business’s future, which may include maintaining relationships, assisting with the recovery of your debts, and reviewing your contracts to ensure they are future-proof.
Commercial disputes can cost a business in terms of reputational damage, time spent resolving matters and of course financially – whether you are in a dispute with a supplier or customer, a fellow director or shareholder or anything in between, our expert solicitors are on hand to work with you to achieve the best possible solution in the most cost and time effective way.
Our specialist litigation solicitors are able to advise on all stages of disputes from advice on your own position and an initial letter, through to court proceedings and beyond, including enforcement of judgments and advice on insolvency, if necessary. Whilst we pride ourselves on being creative problem-solvers and advise our clients of the benefits of alternative dispute resolution such as negotiation or mediation, we sometimes find that the client has no other option but to go to court – and our experienced solicitors are on hand to advise throughout.
Please call 0115 837 1430 for expert legal advice.
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