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Tim Newsome

Solicitor

Head of Dispute Resolution

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Having problems with your landlord or a tenant?

On-going dispute with your neighbours?

Whether you own or rent property, a dispute can create a feeling of insecurity and uncertainty about the future.

Property owners

If you are a home-owner, boundary disputes or noise problems with neighbours can seriously affect your quality of life.

If you are considering extending or improving your property, conflicts with the planning authorities could blight your family’s plans for the future.

Landlords

As a landlord of a residential property, your rights may be frequently challenged, and you will need to protect your position. We advise landlords on a wide range of disputes on issues such as rent levels, tenancy agreements, deposit returns, rent arrears and obtaining possession.

Click here to read more about how we advise landlords in disputes with tenants.

Tenants

If you are currently renting a property, we can help you if your landlord is failing to maintain your property to an acceptable standard or if you are having problems getting a deposit returned.

How we can help

At Myers & Co Solicitors, our expert dispute resolution lawyers take time to understand your position and then offer you constructive advice and guidance.

We always look for a pragmatic and cost-effective solution to resolving a dispute at an early stage if possible. However, if required, we can also take your case through the courts and have an excellent record in helping our clients to get results.

We advocate a common sense approach, helping you settle disputes quickly and cost-effectively and letting you get back to enjoying your property in harmony.

Based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, our specialist solicitors have helped resolve a wide range of disputes. For further advice contact our dispute resolution solicitors or call Myers & Co on 01782 577000.

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