We all want to get on well with our neighbours, especially given how close we live to them and how often they come into contact with us. Unfortunately, this is not always possible and neighbour disputes can, and do, happen. Neighbours fall out for many different reasons, so it is important you have the legal backing you need to get the outcome you are after.
The specialist team at Blackstone Solicitors are highly experienced in dealing with all manner of neighbourly fallouts, vowing to fight your corner diligently to help resolve any issue. We are dogged in our efforts to get the result you want, and aim to bring any dispute to a satisfactory conclusion with minimal stress and strain on your part.
Types of neighbour dispute
Living in close proximity to someone else, sharing borders, walls and other spaces, is not always easy, and the threat of a dispute is an almost ever-present. While some neighbours get on extremely well, others find it a lot more difficult – and with good reason. If your neighbour is doing something to upset you, or something you think they should not be, you may require legal help to get the problem solved.
Neighbour disputes can take many forms, but among the most common are:
- Boundary disputes
- Nuisance neighbours
- Right of way
- Trees and hedges disputes
- Fence disputes
- Property maintenance
- Rights of light
We can help
We are here to guide you through the whole process, offering professional guidance throughout. Dedicated to providing the best service possible to our clients, we strive to find the most efficient and cost-effective solutions for you.
We understand neighbour disputes can be extremely frustrating, and can make life difficult in the one place you should be able to relax – your home. With this in mind, we do all we can to ensure our clients are able to resolve their problems in the most stress-free way possible. Leave it to us to get the outcome you desire.
We provide services to people throughout the UK and have vast experience in helping people from the Manchester, London, Chester and Cheshire areas in particular.