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Contract Dispute Solicitors in South Wales

Contract disputes can be extremely disruptive to your business, and these can often be difficult to resolve. If you’re experiencing a contract dispute, you may well need legal support to protect your position, and solve matters quickly.

At David W Harris our contract dispute solicitors have a wealth of experience working on contract dispute resolution cases, we always tailor our support to your business, ensuring that we understand your concerns and preferred outcomes from the beginning.

We always take a practical and direct approach to solving contract disputes. Our team can help you to protect key business relationships, where appropriate and possible. Our solicitors can provide contract dispute help in many ways, including:

  • Legal advice on contract disputes
  • Alternative dispute resolution for contract disputes
  • Litigation processes to resolve matters if necessary

As we have contract dispute experts at each of our local offices in Pontypridd, Swansea and Talbot Green, we can offer a truly local, convenient service for our clients.

Discuss your requirements with our contract dispute solicitors in Swansea, Pontypridd and Talbot Green

To discuss your requirements with our friendly, sensitive contract dispute resolution solicitors in South Wales, please get in touch.

Please use our simple online enquiry form to book a free initial chat with one of our expert solicitors. We respond promptly to all enquiries.

Our contract dispute solicitors service

Contract dispute legal advice

If you are experiencing a contract dispute, our solicitors will start by gaining a detailed picture of the situation, allowing us to provide legal advice that’s tailored to your situation.

Our specialist team can help you in various ways, including:

  • Assistance to review the terms and conditions of your contract, helping you to appreciate the terms and conditions, and their relevance in the context of the dispute
  • Assistance to determine whether a contract breach has taken place, how serious it is, and what the potential next steps are
  • Advice on the appropriate contract dispute resolution process, depending on the case and your wishes

Alternative dispute resolution

Where a contract dispute has taken place, there are various alternative dispute resolution methods that can be used to resolve matters.

Our solicitors can support clients to access mediation processes, arbitration, or negotiation. All of these options are out of court processes, used to resolve legal disputes. Alternative dispute resolution can often provide the opportunity to resolve disputes amicably, where possible.

Once we have an understanding of your situation, we can advise you on which method may be most suitable to solve your dispute, and or, which option you would prefer. Each alternative dispute resolution method works slightly differently.

At David W Harris, we are able to solve the majority of contractual dispute resolution cases without the need to go to Court.

Litigation processes for contract disputes

Depending on the nature of the dispute, it may not be possible to reach a resolution out of Court. Where matters cannot be solved with alternative dispute resolution, our expert solicitors can assist you throughout the necessary litigation proceedings, ensuring that you are in as strong a position as possible, and are well prepared.

To discuss your needs today, you please get in touch with our experts at David W Harris. With an in-depth understanding of contract dispute law, we are in a prime position to assist you.

Common questions about contract disputes

What is a contract dispute?

A contract dispute is a disagreement between two or more individuals or businesses, concerning the performance, clarification, or implementation of contract terms and conditions.

Conflict may arise when one of the disputing parties claim that the other has not upheld their contractual obligations, or if there is a dispute regarding the meaning of specific contract provisions. 

What is an example of a contract dispute?

Contract disputes can arise in an employment law context, these may relate to breach of contract, unfair dismissal, discrimination claims, or wage disputes. Where an employee and an employer are in dispute regarding a contract, they may be able to resolve the matter between themselves, via communication and negotiation.

Where the issue is more serious or conflict stricken, legal intervention will likely be required. If you require assistance to resolve a dispute, please contact our specialists contract dispute solicitors at David W Harris.

How do you resolve a contract dispute?

When a contract dispute arises, the disputing parties will need to communicate in order to work towards some form of resolution.

In many cases, it may be difficult for the parties to resolve matters between themselves, and may need legal support to do so. There are several different contract dispute resolution methods, the choice of method tends to depend on the case and the circumstances. One of the most common ways to resolve a contract dispute is using a mediation process, throughout the process, both parties will communicate their point of view and work towards a resolution, with the support of a neutral mediator.

If you need support to resolve a contract dispute, our expert solicitors at David W Harris can assist you.

How long does a contract dispute take to resolve?

It can be difficult to determine how long it takes to resolve a contract dispute, as the duration of a dispute can depend on various factors. For example, it depends on how complex the dispute is, how far the parties are willing to cooperate. The dispute duration may also depend on how quickly the required evidence can be collected, and which method of alternative dispute resolution is used.

Will you need to go to Court to solve a contract dispute?

For many contract dispute claims you will not need to go to Court to resolve the matter, you may be able to resolve the dispute with an alternative dispute resolution approach, for example, arbitration, or mediation.

If you are not able to resolve a dispute out of Court, you may need to go through Court proceedings. Our solicitors have much experience assisting clients with litigation processes, and will make certain that you are well supported every step of the way.

Our contract dispute resolution fees

At David W Harris, we ensure that our clients have a clear understanding of their fees as early as possible.

For certain contract dispute matters our solicitors may be in a position to offer fixed fees. Where fixed fees would not be suitable for the matter at hand, we will offer an appropriate hourly rate, to best reflect the legal expertise required.

Speak to our contract dispute solicitors in Swansea, Pontypridd, and Talbot Green

To discuss your requirements with our friendly, sensitive contract dispute solicitors in South Wales, please get in touch with one of our offices in Pontypridd, Swansea and Talbot Green.

You can also use our simple online enquiry form to book a free initial chat with one of our expert solicitors. We respond promptly to all enquiries.