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Settlements

Buying a new Home or a Property?

Just Law, while an expert law firm when it comes to resolving both residential and commercial building disputes, also offer a range of other legal services when it comes to property. These include issues around insolvency law, leases, and of course, settlements.
In fact, and when it comes to buying a new home or a property, Just Law are one of the best law firms to handle everything that can potentially come with such a life-changing decision. Unfortunately, and in a perfect world, the settlement process would always be an easy, hassle-free ordeal where the need for legal experts would never be required. As well all know, that’s just not the way the world works, and if we are to be totally honest, there all are actually an array of challenges and potential pitfalls that can rear their ugly head during the property settlement process.
Considering that your house will likely be the biggest investment of your life, it isn’t unreasonable to seek Just Law’s advice in order to protect your growing interests. Having Just Law in your corner to not only offer the best legal guidance around, but potentially represent you should things turn pear-shaped during the settlement process, is a strong way to safeguard your interests moving forward. Just Law have been assisting both builders and homeowners for over 20 years, working through all the twists and turns of building dispute litigation, the process of mediation, as well as preparing for tribunal and court hearings. Just Law is a law firm you can trust with your settlement process, so if you’re nearing that particular stage of your build or are wanting some expert advice, don’t hesitate to contact Just Law today in regards to all of your settlement needs.
If the case goes to hearing Just Law will co-ordinate and instruct all necessary experts who we choose for their experience and expertise and high quality analysis and evidence. James Gray does all his own advocacy, so you don’t have to pay 2 lawyers at a hearing!