Litigation is the process through which the Courts deal with disputes. Civil Litigation means litigation without a criminal aspect – typically between individuals and / or companies. Civil litigation is generally commenced in the civil courts (i.e. The District Court, Circuit Court, High Court or the Commercial Court) and resolution is either by way of negotiated agreement between the parties or by way of Order of the Court.
Civil Litigation Disputes
Examples of common Civil Litigation disputes include:
a) Family Law – separation / divorce proceedings
b) Personal Injury – e.g. road traffic accidents / workplace accidents
c) Probate Proceedings – e.g. a challenge to a Will
d) Property Proceedings – e.g. a boundary dispute
We guide you through the litigation process, providing as much information as possible about estimate costs, proposed strategies and likely outcomes. We are available to answer any queries you may have at any stage.
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Important Note: In contentious business, a Solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.