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"Mr Dixey explained very clearly the options that I could take to reach a satisfactory result with the issue presented. The advice given meant that I was able to ensure a fair settlement and an amicable conclusion."
When faced with a dispute surrounding your property, the solicitor you instruct to look after your interests will be a significant factor in determining whether your issue is resolved in your favour and how quickly.
Holmes & Hills Solicitors has lawyers that specialise in dealing with residential property disputes. The advice and representation you receive from your lawyer at Holmes & Hills will be will cost effective and the best available. This means that you will have the comfort of knowing that the advice you receive will be delivered by an expert with a wealth of experience successfully resolving property disputes similar to that which you are currently facing.
Our aim will always be to resolve the matter in your favour, as quickly and as cost effectively as we possibly can.
Our lawyers are experienced in successfully resolving residential property disputes such as:
The first step to getting advice on a property dispute
Call Holmes & Hills Solicitors today on 01376 320456 (Essex) or 01787 275275 (Suffolk) and ask to speak to one of our property litigators. You will speak with one of our lawyers who will determine whether we are able to assist you and if so, what this will involve.
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