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If you’re involved in a dispute, or you feel that you’ve been wronged, you may be able to commence litigation against another party.

Litigation is the process of dispute resolution between two or more parties through the court system.

However Clarke Hemmerling Lawyers believe litigation is a last resort, and aim where possible to solve your problems or disputes through alternative means – like mediation, negotiation, arbitration, and conciliation.

If litigation is unavoidable, we’ll work with you to ensure you receive the best possible outcome. We can assist from start to finish – including the filing of original Claim or Defence, to the final day in Court when your outcome is decided.

Court Action

If court action becomes necessary, we have the skills and experience to take on complex litigation.

Dispute Resolution

We are innovative and experienced in assisting clients to resolve disputes quickly.

Debt Recovery

All aspects of debt recovery; from early demands through to litigation if necessary.

We will protect your rights, limit your liabilities, and enable you to quickly respond to opportunities

Litigation
Clarke Hemmerling Lawyers can help you with commercial, business or personal disputes – including:
  • Accidents
  • Breach of Contract Claims
  • Building
  • Businesses
  • Business partners
  • Copyright and patents
  • Creditors
  • Customers
  • Debt recovery
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Divorce
  • Employment
  • Enforcing Judgments
  • Homeowners
  • Infringement Claims
  • Landlords and tenants
  • Letters of Demand
  • Neighbours
  • Property buying or selling
  • Suppliers
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Will and estates

Some legal cases also have time limitations, so it’s important that you seek legal advice as a matter of urgency.

Get the right Litigation legal advice!

Contact us to discuss your situation – no obligation.

Phone: 08 8333 2130

Email: admin@clarkehemmerling.com.au

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