Real estate disputes can arise in the most unusual and unforeseen ways. No matter how carefully negotiated a transaction or how prudently drafted a real estate contract or partnership, disputes are always possible, and extremely difficult to handle on your own. If you are facing a potential real estate litigation matter, it is critical to speak to a knowledgeable and experienced real estate litigation attorney as early as possible to position yourself for the best result.
Litigation is never anyone’s first choice for dispute resolution, however real estate litigation is simply unavoidable in certain circumstances, such as a partition action, quiet title or declaratory relief, to name just a few. McFarlin LLP represents many different types of parties in real estate litigation including:
- Individual homeowners
- Commercial property owners
- Real estate investors
- Tenants in Common (TIC’s)
- Real estate developers
- Landlords and tenants
At McFarlin LLP, our Orange County real estate lawyers work to aggressively protect your rights. Our real estate litigation attorneys are available to discuss and analyze your real estate dispute at no initial charge; call us today at (888) 728-0044 to get started.
Most Common Real Estate Litigation Issues
Over the years we have litigated and resolved many different and unusual real estate disputes, one common area of contention between the parties to a real estate transaction can be a contract dispute or disclosure issue. Ultimately when one party is not happy with the transaction, they tend to be more likely to sue. However, many of these matters are frivolous and can be resolved quickly in litigation.
Another very common issue that arises in real estate litigation matters is partnership disputes or ownership disputes. When real estate is increasing in value, as it has historically, there is a tremendous financial incentive for each partner or partial owner to argue they own more. This can unfortunately lead to litigation, but is the type of situation that lends itself well to mediation.
Finally, real estate fraud has become more and more common. With so many people struggling out there, unscrupulous parties tend to target real estate because it is so infrequently monitored by property owners. A fraudulent deed could be filed and not even discovered by the true owner for many years. In these instances, we can usually resolve the matter quickly with a quiet title action or similar court procedure.
How Can an Orange County Real Estate Attorney Help?
Even when a real estate dispute has not yet escalated to litigation or foreclosure, it is a good idea to consult with a real estate litigation attorney to position yourself for the best possible outcome. There are often things we can do to help discourage litigation by putting the other parties on notice of your rights, writing demand letters or requesting an accounting, just to name a few.
Some of the real estate litigation matters we handle include:
- Mortgage lender disputes and wrongful foreclosure
- Quiet title actions
- Slander of title
- Real estate fraud
- Broker and lender misrepresentations
- Breach of contract
- Partition actions
- Ownership and partnership disputes
- Mechanics liens
- Contractor disputes
- Landlord-tenant disputes
- Purchase and sale disputes
Your real estate is likely one of your most significant assets that you worked hard to acquire or accumulate. Your most important asset cannot be left to chance. At McFarlin LLP, our premier real estate litigation and counseling services are affordable. We can be especially effective for you if we can become involved on your behalf at an early stage in the dispute process, call us today for a no cost consultation and analysis of your real estate issue.
A Law Firm Dedicated to Your Needs
The Irvine real estate litigation attorneys at McFarlin LLP are here to help and guide you toward the best possible solution, call us today at (888) 728-0044. We offer our real estate litigation talent, proficiency and experience at an affordable hourly billing rate and can handle many types of matters on a flat fee or contingency basis. Call McFarlin LLP today for a free analysis of your real estate issues by one of our skilled attorneys.