Some disagreements relate to the property itself, like:
- Boundary disputes,
- Eminent domain actions, and
- Issues with title to the property itself.
Other situations relate more to the people involved, including:
- Breach of contract,
- Failure to disclose property defects,
- Specific performance failure,
- Partition or disputes over ownership,
- Breach of fiduciary duty,
- Fraud and fraudulent transactions, and
- Business co-owners splitting up.
When settlement efforts fail, parties that feel they have been wronged may turn to real estate litigation.
But it’s important to know where you stand from a legal standpoint.
We Understand the Complexities of Real Estate Law
Real estate transactions often are governed by local, state, and federal law. Some rules and regulations pertain specifically to real estate, while others pertain to general law. Even government agencies might be involved. It would be best if you had advice from someone with in-depth knowledge of these laws and how they might apply to your case.
But before filing a lawsuit, it’s important to conduct an investigation as well as intense research. In some cases, informed negotiations with other parties could lead to a resolution. Other claims may go to mediation or arbitration. However, real estate litigation often becomes a reality.
Our attorneys have the experience and training to assess your real estate issues, then carry through with litigation if needed.
We Aggressively Pursue Successful Solutions for our Real Estate Litigation Clients
Our experienced litigation attorneys always strive to help clients resolve real estate disputes as advantageously as possible. To discuss your case, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.