Have you found yourself on the receiving end of a dispute and you aren’t sure where to turn?
Lawsuits are serious business, requiring plenty of time, energy, and money. Here are some things to consider if you are involved in litigation:
The first step to resolving the dispute is choosing a law firm that suits the needs of the case being brought against you or your business. Choosing a practice that will provide sound legal advice that you are comfortable with is the next priority.
The team at Dejure Commercial Lawyers has a combined 34 years of experience in commercial litigation.
We will effectively and efficiently defend proceedings against yourself and your business, or bring them to an acceptable close.
The key to our service and results is a balanced environment which includes a thorough understanding of the law and ethics, coupled with an approachable, friendly and down to earth manner.
Dejure Commercial Lawyers is sufficiently experienced, equipped and staffed by quality people to ensure a truly superior, results-oriented service in the areas of Commercial Litigation and Contract Law.
We also pride ourselves in making the legal process as easy to understand and navigate as possible for the everyday business person.
Another key aspect of being on the receiving end of proceedings is, “Can I afford this?”
Managing the costs of a legal process is a balancing act. You have to take into account the cost of ignoring the proceedings until they reach crisis point versus having a sound and systematic response in the first instance.
The question is, really, whether you can afford to ignore it.
At Dejure, we have endeavored to structure our fees in such a way that it keeps costs down for our clients. Rather then charging on a traditional “time basis” which can be excessive and wasteful for the client, Dejure charges on an “event basis”.
This gives our clients a better understanding of expected costs they may incur during the legal process.
If you have recently found that a lawsuit is being brought against you, the time to act is now.
Call Dejure today for a consultation on 1300 668 699