Why You Need the Top Lawyers
If you’re not a lawyer you probably have no business acting like one in certain instances. Even experienced lawyers typically do not represent themselves in court. Also, attorneys tend to specialize in one or more legal practice areas, such as criminal defense or tax law.
Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Our Lawyers litigation services both broad and deep, our Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice form the core of our services to our clients. Focusing on disputes that either reach the Supreme or are resolved by arbitration, we are involved in many high-profile commercial litigation and arbitration matters in Nigeria
Geared for rapid response, the Litigation & Dispute Resolution team can be called upon at short notice to resolve large-scale and complex litigation matters. This includes urgent applications and discovery-driven trial and arbitration matters.
Insurance Law & Consulting
Lawhaven Solicitors provides consulting services to its clients with all aspects of insurance law, we handles legal matters related to insurance laws and insurance regulations. Insurance law involves issues and disputes arising from the sale, use, and payment of insurance policies, including insurance bad faith and insurance fraud. There are two main types of insurance attorneys: Insurance coverage attorneys and insurance defense attorneys. Insurance coverage attorneys focus on insurance contracts and evaluate what is covered under a given insurance policy and up to what amount. Insurance defense attorneys focus on the defense of insurance companies when there is a dispute about how much the insurance company is being asked to pay under a particular policy, we very verse in both thereby act easily when the need to act as the devil’s advocate arise.
We provide our clients with insurance business consulting services and as well as expert advice on insurance best practices.
The Conveyance Department of Lawhaven Solicitors handles all aspects relating to property and property law in Nigeria. The services provided by the conveyance department include:
Advising on and drafting of commercial and residential leases;
Commercial and residential developments, including township establishment and sectional title developments;
Conventional transfers of properties, as well as transfers as a result of or in terms of liquidations, auctions, court orders, foreclosures, divorces, donations and deceased and insolvent estates;
Financial planning and structuring of share block and time share schemes;
Financial structuring of property transactions;
Miscellaneous applications, consents and endorsements required in the conveyancing process;
Negotiating and drafting agreements relating to the sale of properties, both residential and commercial;
Project and commercial property development finance;
Registration and cancellation of all types of bonds, including mortgage, surety, collateral and notarial bonds;
Registration of all types of servitudes; Subdivision and consolidation properties.