David John – Commercial Department
David is a Partner in the Commercial department at our Boston office.
Having qualified in 1991 David has worked exclusively within Lincolnshire, and has over 21 years of experience in dealing with a variety of litigation cases.
He advises both commercial, housing associations and private individuals on landlord and tenant law, boundary and easement disputes, businesses breaches of covenants, forfeiture, rent reviews and other property disputes.
David also advises executors, trustees and beneficiaries in disputes involving wills and estates. This includes challenges to the validity and setting aside of wills and claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975 by claimants including spouses and children for reasonable financial provision from an estate.
As a result of his extensive experience David recognizes the need to resolve disputes as quickly as possible, whether by mediation or otherwise, and to provide clear and easy to follow advice on the issues that arise during litigation.
“Thank you David for the amazing job you did today I couldn’t of asked for a more professional person to represent me and fully supporting my case which is rather complex and thank you for believing in me I would most definitely recommend you to others in need.”
“David helped me at a time in my life when everything was going wrong. He was so understanding and compassionate. I couldn’t recommend him highly enough. He will not tell you what you want to hear, he will tell you what you need to know to make an informed decision. If ever you are in need of legal help and advice then contact David John, you will not be disappointed.”
“I would like to thank David for his compassion and understanding in dealing with my case during such an unprecedented time I would recommend David to anyone who requires a thorough, professional, honest and understanding Solicitor.”
“David John has been absolutely brilliant throughout. Very professional, clear and efficient. I would highly recommend Sills and Betteridge and David John.”