Divorce laws in England and Wales are finally set to change after the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill passed its third and final reading in the House of Commons on 17th June 2020. The bill will reform the traditional fault-based system by...
Having building work carried out however small or large the project is, can cause disruption to your life and can be stressful. If your building project has not progressed as it should and you have been left with unfinished work, it is crucial that you obtain evidence regarding the standard of work before commencing any remedial work. This evidence may be in the form of photographs, quotes detailing the cost of rectification or a surveyor inspecting the work carried out and providing a detailed report.
We aim to assist with reducing the stress you experience from the defective work that has been carried out. We will review your case and advise upon the merits of success and the best course of action for your particular case, whether this is a round table meeting, mediation, site meeting with all parties present or litigation.
It is essential to seek legal advice as early as possible as this could avoid a protracted and expensive case.