Representing Your Interests In Real Estate Disputes
Residential and commercial real estate transactions can be complicated. With so many moving parts, things can be overlooked. When a real estate transaction goes awry, you need skilled legal representation.
At the law firm of Palmer Lehman Sandberg, PLLC, our attorneys have more than 30 years of experience offering thoughtful and confident representation in real estate disputes. We work diligently to resolve disputes amicably, but especially complicated disputes may require resolution at trial.
The Intricacies Of Contract Disputes
Real estate litigation requires attorneys knowledgeable and skilled at balancing the many intricacies of real estate law and in particular, the complexities of dealing with title issues such as priority of liens.
We represent business owners, residential and commercial buyers and sellers, landlords, tenants, lenders and investors. Our lawyers understand all aspects of real estate and business and corporate law and are astute at litigating all related issues, including:
- Residential and commercial landlord-tenant disputes
- Failure to disclose
- Investment and financial fraud
- Lender liability
- Foreclosure proceedings, loan modifications and short sales
- Title disputes
- Zoning restrictions
- Homeowners association (HOA) and condominium association (COA) disputes
Finding A Strategy To Compliment Your Goals
We understand that every business faces unique challenges. We will help our clients evaluate the risks and potential benefits of pursuing litigation versus attempting negotiation, mediation or arbitration to resolve legal disputes. If litigation is the best option to achieve the desired results, we will then work closely with our clients to make sure our litigation strategy complements their business goals and objectives.
To schedule an appointment at our Dallas office, call 214-242-6444 or contact us by email.
We offer convenient office hours, flexible appointment times and reasonable fees. Visa, Mastercard and Discover are accepted.