Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Our team has extensive litigation and dispute resolution experience across a broad range of matters across various jurisdictions, including:             

  • Property law
  • Contested estates
  • Commercial disputes
  • Family law
  • Intellectual property disputes
  • Employment law and Workers Compensation
  • Australian Consumer Law

We can also assist you with alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation, conciliation and arbitration. 

Important considerations

One of the most challenging decisions faced by parties to a dispute is knowing when to negotiate and when to litigate.  Should they fight to the bitter end in the hope of obtaining a judgement or should they compromise, avoid expense and move on with their lives?

There is generally no “right” or “wrong” time to negotiate, however there are certainly circumstances that will lead to better or worse outcomes. On the other hand, sometimes a party’s viewpoint is so unreasonable that negotiating will be fruitless and recognising that trait in an opponent early on can avoid frustration and wasted expense.

The best way to decide whether or not to litigate is to speak to a solicitor who specialises in litigation and dispute resolution, as there is no substitute for experience when you are deciding whether or not to enter what may well be the fight of your life.

Our solicitors offer a 40-minute cost-free consultation to provide you with preliminary advice on the advantages and disadvantages of pursuing the matter, including the costs of doing so and your prospects of success.

Contact our office now to take advantage of our 40 minute cost-free initial consultation.

Can’t make it into the office? We are flexible and can make other arrangements that suit you

Office line:          07 5536 3055 ext 1

Email:                   admin@wilsonhayneslaw.com.au

Cost Free Initial Consultation

If you are interested in knowing more about how we might be able to assist you, please call
07 5536 3055 to make a cost free initial, 40 minute consultation with our Principal, Mr Jim Wilson.