Neighbour and boundary disputes

They say that “your home is your castle”, and that could not be more true when it comes to neighbour and boundary disputes. Whether that involves having a problem with a neighbour playing loud music in the early hours of the morning, being abusive or parking their car in your space, or there being a problem with your property boundary, where a neighbour is trying to take some of your land to increase the size of theirs.

Neighbour and boundary disputes are usually the most heightened and contentious, usually because people are fighting for their land and belongings. We understand that the contention is most likely the most stressful thing on your life, and we can help alleviate that as much as possible. We advise clearly and calmly, explaining your legal position and what you can and can’t claim or defend. We will always come up with a pragmatic solution to the problem to try and preserve the relationship as best as possible. But we understand, that’s not always a potential. So if needs be, we will commence or defend court action for you, keeping you in the loop every step of the way.

We understand that property disputes can quickly escalate, so we undertake the majority of our work on a fixed fee basis. If you would like to discuss your matter, please get in touch with our specialist neighbour and boundary dispute solicitors today for fixed fee advice.

Andrew King, Director Head of Dispute Resolution and squash challenger

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