Wayman and Long are pleased to welcome Nigel Gowling, Barrister to our firm.

Wayman and Long are pleased to welcome Nigel Gowling, Barrister to our firm.

Nigel has a wealth of experience in rural and agricultural matters and a real ability to uncover the real issues between disputing parties and find acceptable settlement options. 

Nigel is a qualified mediator and handles cases that generally involve matters such as contentious probate, partnership disputes (including matrimonial issues) and boundary disputes, however he also regularly conducts mediations in relation to commercial and business disputes

Nigel is regularly instructed in:

  • Agricultural commercial contract disputes
  • Crop/land damage claims
  • Trespass and adverse possession claims
  • Equine contractual issues
  • Easement and boundary disputes
  • Landlord and tenant issues involving the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 and the Arbitration Act 1986
  • Contentious probate and trust matters
  • TOLATA claims
  • Proprietary Estoppel

Nigel will be able to provide our clients with a depth of knowledge gained from his experience as a barrister that is not readily available at other firms mean that our clients will be able to resolve matters more quickly and effectively.

November Offer – free consultation with a disputes & litigation lawyer

November Offer - free consultation with a disputes & litigation lawyer

 

Dealings with disputes, irrespective of their size, can be daunting and stressful. Not knowing how things might pan out or where to go to resolve the matter can compound matters further, leaving you feeling helpless.

Our experienced litigation lawyers can help.

To help you, we are offering (during November) a free consultation – an hour with  a disputes and litigation lawyer based in Clare or Sudbury to determine your options and ‘best’ approach.

November Offer – free consultation with a personal injury lawyer

November Offer - free consultation with a personal injury lawyer

Having an accident or experiencing trauma of any kind is bad enough, especially when the road to recovery can be a long and painful process. But when it’s through no fault of your own it can leave you feeling angry, confused or even desolated. Not knowing where to start in order to regain some control over your life can compound matters and make you feel very vulnerable indeed.

We can help you to regain control and hopefully find a way to make life a little easier.

Our specialist personal injury lawyers can take a look at your case and determine if you are entitled to compensation to help you get back on your feet.

To help you, we are offering (during November) a free consultation – an hour with a personal injury lawyer based in Clare or Sudbury to determine your options and ‘best’ approach.