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If you are buying a new or existing franchise business, or you have a dispute with your franchisor, you need experienced lawyers who are on your side, who know the reality as well as the law of franchising, and can negotiate the tangled web that franchising can be. That’s where Dorrian Legal can help.
Like it or not, we humans just love getting into disputes! Sometimes the disputes seem trivial, sometimes they are deadly serious. Many, indeed, are “a matter of principle”! Often disputes can be resolved promptly with sound, commercial, pragmatic legal advice from lawyers who have been around the traps a bit. That’s where Dorrian Legal can help.
Sadly, people who once loved each other tend to have the most horrible of disputes. However, even if previously loving partners no longer love each other, it does not mean they must fight tooth and nail over everything. An experienced, empathetic family lawyer can foster an early resolution of disputes involving children or property without it becoming a fight to the death. That’s where Dorrian Legal can help.
Wills And Estates
Every adult (and we mean every) needs a well-crafted Will so that your valuable assets go where you want them to. We have seen what can happen when a person dies without a Will, or a poorly prepared one (don’t get us started on DIY will kits!). That’s where Dorrian Legal can help.
Nobody really wants a criminal lawyer, but one day they might need one. Whether it’s a serious crime or a minor traffic offence you are accused of, the consequences of a conviction, particularly where the charge can be defended, can be catastrophic. A good criminal lawyer can minimise the adverse consequences of a criminal charge, and the time to get legal advice is now. That’s where Dorrian Legal can help.
How often have you been in a situation and thought “that’s just not fair”? OK, life isn’t always fair, but when someone does you wrong (it might be a business, a government agency, or anyone), sometimes they should be held to account – “brought to justice” so to speak. This could mean taking them to court, but it might be something as simple as getting someone to say “sorry”. That’s where Dorrian Legal can help.