My business partnership has broken down. How can JWK Solicitors help me?
At JWK Solicitors we understand that even the strongest business partnerships can have disagreements and sometimes breakdown. We have a highly experienced team of solicitors available to help you find a solution to your dispute and we will work with both parties to try and avoid disagreements escalating, so that you can maintain your business.
Our team of solicitors can help resolve disputes through mediation, negotiate settlements and, in the event that your dispute cannot be resolved, represent your case through the courts.
As always, prevention is better than cure and our Commercial Department can help you put together a Partnership Agreement which will outline how disputes will be handled before they occur.
How much will it cost for me to make a claim?
We offer a range of funding options to help you pay for the cost of your claim, including ‘No Win – No Fee’ arrangements.
Speak to one of our team to get full details on the scheme and find out if you are eligible, or visit the Funding section of our website to find out more.
JWK can help you. Get in touch today
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After gaining an honours degree in Business Law, Ian Gee joined Jobling & Knape and qualified in 1979. Jobling & Knape was established by his grandfather John... Read more
Craig obtained an LLB Honours degree at Leicester and moved to Chester Law School to complete his solicitors final examination. He joined Jobling & Knape in September 1987 as... Read more
Oliver joined Whiteside and Knowles straight from school in the year 2000. He worked with Philip George, undertaking a variety of works including Personal Injury, Dispute... Read more
Martin Stafford, Head of Dispute Resolution at JWK, was educated at Bolton Grammar School before moving on to Newcastle University where he read for his Law degree. Martin went on... Read more
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