Building and planning disputes
Building and planning disputes can be complicated and stressful. Regardless of the size or nature of your dispute, our team of specialists can help you achieve a positive outcome. We provide practical and innovative solutions, ensuring we keep costs to a minimum and are experts in the court process should litigation become necessary.
We'll work with you to understand the outcome you wish to achieve and deliver solutions that fit your needs. We provide clear straightforward, practical advice in situations which very often involve complex legal issues. From the outset we'll give you realistic views on your prospects of success and a clear view on costs.
Benefits we bring
At Morton Fraser we have an expert Litigation team who are here to help regardless of the size or nature of your dispute. From property and business disputes to defamation, professional negligence and problems arising out of Wills and Trusts, our specialists will give expert guidance to help you through what can often be a stressful situation.
We'll work with you to clarify the outcome you wish to achieve and deliver solutions that fit your needs. We provide clear straightforward, practical advice in situations that very often involve complex legal issues. From the outset we'll give you realistic views on your prospects of success and a clear outline of costs.
We're accredited mediation experts and specialists in negotiation and try to resolve disputes without going to court. Where court action can't be avoided, we'll make sure you understand what is happening each step of the way and help make the experience as stress-free as possible.
Our approach to fees
Clarity is at the heart of everything we do and we pride ourselves on transparent pricing. We'll tell you at the outset how much our services will cost. We can offer a range of feeing structures, including fixed fees for stages of defended court actions so you know how much you're going to have to spend. If it's not possible to provide a fixed fee, we’ll give a clear indication of the likely costs based on an agreed scope of work.