Construction & Dispute Resolution
The team of specialist construction and dispute resolution experts at Curtis Whiteford Crocker Solicitors are here to support your needs. So, whether the dispute is regarding a large commercial development or a house extension, we can help to steer you in the right direction.
How can we help you?
ProfessionalDivorce & Family Law Landlord & Tenant Wills, Trust & Probate Residential Property Sales, Purchases & Remortgages Contentious Wills & Probate Litigation & Professional Negligence Conveyancing Immigration Law
ProfessionalGetting a divorce from my partner Putting together a prenup Addressing my landlord's behaviour Writing my first will or changing my current one Selling my home to buy a new one Disagreements over inheritance Disputing a company for violation of worker rights Sorting out the deed to my new house
Build results you deserve
Our specialist construction and building solicitors know just how profitable this industry can be for businesses and individuals alike. With years of experience in Devon and Cornwall, the team have dealt with all sorts of disputes and successfully represented builders, property developers, architects, surveyors, structural engineers, and building owners.
Disputes can relate to anything from defective work, through to non-payment. When you come to us with your concerns, we will build a case that puts you or your company’s best interests at the centre and handle any situation when things go wrong.
Working with you
Together we will work with you on the various options that are available to you, including adjudication, arbitration, mediation, negotiation or litigation. Whatever the issue, you can be assured that we will take the time to understand all of the details behind your situation and provide clear, practical and expert advice as to the most cost-effective solution.
We recognise that in a lot of cases disputes can be seriously damaging to not only your reputation but also to the finances of a business. Therefore our goal is to work with you to resolve the dispute as quickly and effectively as possible to cause minimal disruption.