sdk_lawDispute and Resolution Solving for Businesses

SDK Law was launched in July 2009 by Steven Kinch, a solicitor for more than 20 years and a former partner in a well known Sussex firm. The focus of the practice is advising businesses of all sizes in dispute resolution and problem solving.

Dispute Resolution

Our current litigation member deals with dispute resolution in the County Court and High Court. and can deal with a full range of issues ranging from simple debt collection to complex contract and property disputes and insolvency litigation.

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SDK Law Services Include:

  • Litigation in all of the civil courts
  • A fixed fee debt collection service
  • Advice on corporate restructuring and insolvency to companies and limited liability partnerships in difficulty
  • Partnership and shareholder disputes
  • Insolvency litigation for liquidators including claims against directors for wrongful or fraudulent trading and transfer at undervalue
  • Employment disputes

Steven also has a great deal of experience of property litigation and is happy to act for landlords and tenants of commercial premises in possession and forfeiture claims, arrears collection, dilapidations, lease renewals under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 and all disputes concerning commercial property.

Professional landlords of residential premises are also catered for and SDK Law can provide advice on dealing with problem tenants, obtaining possession and recovering rent arrears.

Steven has conducted numerous trials in the County Court and the Employment Tribunal and is an enthusiastic and effective advocate. This experience gives him a highly focussed approach to disputes and allows him to concentrate on the evidence needed for a successful outcome at an economical price by avoiding the use of time on matters which are not strictly relevant to your case.

Through its membership of the Business Law Consortium SDK Law also has the benefit of other specialists in other fields to whom it can refer clients whose problems do not fall within its core areas of operation.

The firm’s office is in Burgess Hill, West Sussex but it acts for clients across the whole of the country.

Contact SDK Law on:
Tel. 01444 240393 E: steven@sdk-law.co.uk Web: www.sdk-law.co.uk