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Instructing a joint expert is standard practice is all forms of litigation (as well as non-contentious matters) to help parties inform themselves about specific features of their dispute or agreement. However rarely do parties seek a joint and impartial legal opinion.

Utilising the services of an experienced barrister to provide a joint and impartial opinion on a legal question, or questions relating to a specific point of dispute, can be extremely effective in bringing parties to the negotiating table. It is an effective tool when forging agreements between parties in non-contentious business dealings, so as to ensure that each party to the agreement is confident of the legal implications of any contractual term they may consider entering into.

Our team of highly qualified and experienced Barristers are happy to accept instructions jointly [or ‘on a joint basis’] to provide determinations on any of these (non-exhaustive) points:

  • Business Contract Terms
  • Employment Contract Terms
  • Construction of a Will or Trust
  • Terms of a Lease or Property Conveyance
  • Compromise Agreement
  • Exclusivity Agreement
  • Insurance Contract
  • Asset Sale Agreement
  • Business Purchase Agreement
  • Individual Voluntary Agreement
  • Mortgage
  • Divorce Financial Settlement Agreements