Our Dispute Resolution Solicitors
Getting you the best possible outcome
Blake Morgan’s Dispute Resolution solicitors have expertise in acting for a wide range of disputes, whether this is in Court, or through other dispute resolution avenues. They will always approach the situation with care to minimise financial and/or reputational risks.
Our Dispute Resolution solicitors offer responsive, strategic advice and really take time to understand what you see as the best outcome.
Our Dispute Resolution solicitors advise on insolvency, protecting reputations and professional conduct, employee advice, disputes with care homes, local authorities or educational bodies, motoring offences, crime and fraud, contentious trusts and wills.
Our Dispute Resolution solicitors act for individuals in a variety of circumstances, from directors and shareholders pursuing companies, employees, individuals facing criminal or financial difficulties, families involved in contentious family issues, and children facing exclusion from school.
Blake Morgan's Fees Guides
No two matters are the same – just as clients’ circumstances and desired outcomes will always differ, so will the work that we do and the advice that we provide in pursuit of those outcomes.
We are always as transparent as we can be about our costs upfront to help you understand the options available to you. The links below take you through to our Fees Guides for a number of different services. These provide an indication of the work that we will do for you, who will do that work, how long it will take and, importantly, how much it might cost based on a number of different scenarios. Before starting to work for you, we will always meet or speak with you to understand exactly what’s going to be required and provide a bespoke quotation based on your particular circumstances – we will also provide you with regular updates on costs as the matter progresses as required. Click on the relevant section to download our fees.
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