Business Dispute Resolution

Disputes all too frequently arise in business and can become a major drain on management time and resources. For court proceedings, you need sensible, practical solutions and cost effective advice based on a wealth of experience. You also need to be advised on quicker, cheaper alternatives to court.

Our team has a depth of experience and takes a pragmatic, robust approach in protecting your interests and achieving the best possible outcome in line with your commercial objectives.

Contact us if you would like a free initial appointment to discuss a dispute.

Our Business Dispute Resolution team have been recommended in the 2020/21 Legal 500, which is an independent legal directory.


Dispute Resolution in Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch, Ringwood and the New Forest

We have offices in Christchurch. Our Dispute Resolution Team also covers Bournemouth, Poole, Ringwood and the New Forest, with the majority of our clients located in the Bournemouth and Poole area.

If you live in Bournemouth or Poole:

Please do not be put off by our location and please do not hesitate to contact us. Our dispute resolution solicitors will be very happy to speak with you.

I have always found the Dispute Resolution team at Frettens to be totally professional with a clear view of what their clients need and how best to achieve it in an efficient manner.

Ask us at Frettens

Here's some frequently asked questions on dispute resolution, if you need to ask us anything more please get in touch using the form on the right.

Q. Can I evict my tenant due to Coronavirus?

Q. Can I evict my tenant due to Coronavirus?

Many tenants and landlords alike have been questioning the impact that the Coronavirus will have on evicting tenants over the next few months.

Whilst the Government have made some proposals and announcements, nothing has been set in stone and it would appear to be a developing and ever changing issue at the moment. However, it is likely that a ban on evicting tenants during this difficult and uncertain period will soon become legislation.

Read our full article on this here.