Call our quote line to speak to a qualified solicitor

0800 987 8156*
Send a message

*Call this mobile friendly number or your local branch

Litigation Solicitors & Disputes Resolution in Essex

There are many ways to resolve disputes and our solicitors will clarify all the options, processes, advantages...

Request a callback

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Kew Law offer a comprehensive range of disputes & litigation services:

More information


There are many ways to resolve disputes and our solicitors will clarify all the options available, processes, advantages and disadvantages.

Our litigation department has wide ranging experience in an array of legal areas as well as in various levels of the court system. We can help with:

One of the most challenging aspects of dealing with a dispute is managing costs and every aspect of the service that we provide is aimed at helping our clients achieve this. Our solicitors will provide clear information on fees and the cost implications of different actions at the outset of your instructions.

Please contact our Litigation Department on our mobile friendly number 033 33 22 1000 or 0800 987 8156 to arrange a meeting and speak to a Solicitor.

Solicitors in: Solicitors in Halstead, Solicitors in Hadleigh, Solicitors in Chelmsford, Solicitors in Burnham on Crouch, Solicitors in Witham, Solicitors in Wickford, Solicitors in Maldon, Solicitors in Colchester, Solicitors in Braintree and Solicitors in Rayleigh

I would like to thank you and Kew Law for helping resolve the problems.

Contentious probate claim

Why use Kew Law?

Our litigation department has wide ranging experience in an array of legal areas.

More

Just ask for help

Speak to a qualified solicitor

0333 322 1000

or send a message

Litigation Solicitors & Disputes Resolution in Essex Articles

Major Changes to Rent Recovery of Commercial Premises

Major Changes to Rent Recovery of Commercial Premises The introduction of the Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery Regulations will contain the provisions of the Tribunals Court and Enforcement Act 2007 will come into effect on 6th April 2014.  This will create greater protection for tenants and make it more difficult for landlords to recover rent arrears.  […]

Changes to the Small Claim Court

The Small Claims Court limit is set to increase from £5,000.00 to £10,000.00 on 1 April 2013. The general rule in respect of Small Claims cases is that each party bears their own costs and as such you can not recover your legal costs from your opponent even if you are successful. If you have […]