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Guidance note - minimising the risk of a commercial dispute

Claire Haverfield

A commercial dispute can be a significant drain on a company’s financial and management resources.  This note provides guidance on how a company can minimise the risk of a commercial dispute.

Guidance note - managing the risks involved in a commercial dispute

Claire Haverfield

It is inevitable that a company will face commercial disputes from time to time. A commercial dispute can be a significant drain on a company’s financial and management resources. This note provides guidance on how a company can manage the risks involved if a commercial dispute does arise.

Guidance note – Funding Commercial Litigation

Claire Haverfield

There are ways in which a company may be able to fund the litigation and/or minimise the risk of an adverse costs order.

Guidance note – Alternative Dispute Resolution

Claire Haverfield

There are some processes that can be used to settle commercial disputes instead of the litigation process. This note sets out the most common types of Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) methods.

Protecting wealth (part 3) - unmarried couples

Katy Barber

It is often considered that unmarried couples have no financial claims against each other when their relationship breaks down. This is not correct, particularly where a house or children are involved.

 

Protecting wealth (part 2) - pre/post nuptial agreements

Katy Barber

Although it may sound unromantic, planning financial agreements early on can save problems at a later date. This is becoming more and more relevant as couples are often marrying at an older age meaning that they are likely to have progressed further in their careers and amassed property or other personal assets, or indeed retired.

Protecting wealth (part 1) - the bank of mum and dad

Katy Barber

It is very common these days for parents and grandparents to loan money to their children and grandchildren to help them get on to the property ladder or to improve their home. But what happens if their relationship breaks down? How safe is your investment?

Five divorce/separation myths

Katy Barber

Katy Barber, senior solicitor, talks through the five most common myths that exist regarding divorce and separations.

Five mistakes made on divorce

Katy Barber

Katy Barber, senior solicitor, talks through the five most common mistakes made when couples go through a divorce.

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