Neighbour disputes

Having a disagreement with your Neighbour can seriously affect your home life – and the quality of it. Norton Peskett can help you tackle any Neighbour disputes promptly and effectively. Falling out with a Neighbour can often relate to issues with noise, children or anything that is shared – boundaries, fences, rights of way and car parking. Sometimes this can become serious. Physical threats, abusive or intimidating behaviour, even physical assaults or property damage can be the outcome. Whatever has happened, you need to know what options you have and how the law can help you achieve the outcome you desire.

Norton Peskett deal successfully with all manner of disputes between neighbours. We work hard at the beginning to ensure we understand what the problem is. We discuss options – and what your desired outcome is. Likely timescales, costs and the chances of achieving the outcome you want are explained clearly at the outset. Throughout the process, we keep you informed making sure we use plain and simple English, not legal jargon. We look at alternative ways of resolving the dispute if appropriate – but if litigation is needed you can trust our expert lawyers. Choosing Norton Peskett means you’ll work with legal experts you can trust so call us to see how we can help you.

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