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Contract Disputes

Contractual disputes can be extremely stressful and costly. It is important to have a lawyer with experience on your side who can advise you in plain language and ensure a hassle free resolution at a comparatively low cost.


One Law have a team of expert business lawyers who can help guide you through the legal process to resolving your contractual dispute.

It’s important to get legal advice as soon as you can so that you are provided with all the information you need to ensure that the matter is resolved quickly and your needs are understood.

The steps below explain how we can help you.

We make it simple

Our business law team is here to help. We would love to hear from you. You can get in touch with one of our lawyers by completing the online enquiry form below or by calling us on free call 1800 ONE LAW (663 529).


Meet With Us

We will meet with you at a place and time convenient for you. We will discuss the circumstances of your contractual dispute and the ways in which we can assist you to resolve the issue.


Gathering information

We will review your circumstances and consider the relevant law that applies. We are likely to require some paperwork from you to confirm the information you have provided us. We will provide you with some options to move forward and obtain your instructions about how you would like to go ahead.


Contact other side

If you would like us to, we will contact or respond to the person on the other side of the contract dispute. We will try and negotiate as best as possible a resolution on best terms. We hope that a negotiation between the parties will resolve the issue at hand. If not, we can consider other options such as mediation.



If we are unable to negotiate a resolution to the issue, we may need to consider whether a mediation is suitable. A mediation is a conference between the parties with an impartial mediator who will assist the sides to compromise and come to a resolution.


Consider commencing Court proceedings

If a mediation proves unsuccessful and the issue remains unresolved, we may need to consider whether commencing Court proceedings will be beneficial. When considering whether to commence Court proceedings, we will look at factors such as the risks, benefits, and the costs in taking your matter to Court. We will advise you whether you have a good chance of winning your case and the risks that you need to be aware of. It will then be up to you to make a decision as to what you would like to do.

Do you need to speak to a lawyer?

Call us on our free advice line or leave your details and we'll call you back.


1800 663 529