Dispute Resolution

Dispute resolution can be a relatively simple exercise if a compromise can be negotiated and agreed upon by both parties through advocacy, mediation & arbitration. Diamond Conway has resolved 1000's of civil and commercial disputes, with the majority settled without litigation.

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Dispute Resolution

Disputes can arise from a range of matters including business matters, family matters or even building and construction matters.

Regardless of the origin of the dispute, no one wants to end up settling matters in court. This is where dispute resolution comes in.

Diamond Conway Lawyers offer legal advice in the following areas of Dispute Resolution Law:

Advocacy

Advocacy is the art of persuasion. Effective preparation and presentation of your Court case is critical to achieve your best outcome.

Diamond Conway can advocate for you in or out of court, in negotiating an agreement that ensures the best outcome for you. Call us on 02 9222 8000 to discuss your concerns.

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Arbitration & Mediation

Arbitration and Mediation are methods of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).

Both systems involve third party assistance in the settlement of disputes outside of the court system.

Diamond Conway can advise you on negotiating your way through the process of ADR and advocate for you. Call us today on 02 9222 8000 to find out how.

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Commercial Litigation

Commercial litigation is the process of using the court system to resolve disputes attributed through commercial activities.

There are a broad range of disputes that fall under the banner of Commercial; including disputes over contracts, employment, intellectual property and more.

Call Diamond Conway today on 02 9222 8000 to find out more about resolving your commercial dispute.

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Estate Litigation

As with will disputes, often the estates of deceased person’s needs resolving with the help of legal representatives.

Estate litigation can be a complex area of law that also involves a high level of emotion for those seeking mediation, litigation or arbitration. Valuing and distribution of a deceased estate is greatly assisted by a high level of knowledge and experience from a legal team. Diamond Conway can help with your Estate dispute, call them today on 02 9222 8000.

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Compensation

Are you seeking compensation or looking to defend your compensation case? Dispute resolution, mediation and arbitration may be of use to you.

If you have been injured caused by another person or group, you may be entitled to a range of payments including weekly or one-off payments, medical bills payment and rehabilitation assistance payment. Diamond Conway’s experienced compensation lawyers may be able to help you maximise your claim and help you get the payment you deserve. Call us on 02 9222 8000.

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Our Dispute Resolution Lawyers

Diamond Conway has a wealth of experience in negotiating and advocating for our clients in and out of court. We bring a track record of success in dispute resolution to your case, giving you the peace of mind to focus on your commercial aspirations.  

Call Diamond Conway on 02 9222 8000 to find out how we can help you to resolve any issues efficiently and effectively.

DISPUTE RESOLUTION
LEGAL SPECIALISTS

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Krishneel Nath/ASSOCIATE
Matthew Hudspeth/SOLICITOR
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