Taking Your Real Estate Matters To Court
Real estate transactions impose on the parties involved legal duties from both contract and tort law. When parties enter into agreements to buy and sell real estate, they have contractual obligations to comply with the terms of such agreements. Further, there are also tort and statutory and obligations regarding disclosures, representations and professional licensing that come into play. When a party refuses to comply with their obligations in a real estate transaction, you should contact a real estate litigation attorney
The real estate attorneys of Dunham LLP have handled disputes arising from many different types of real estate transactions, both commercial and residential.
We Have The Experience To Handle Your Real Estate Dispute
Our firm’s litigators have represented all types of parties involved in real estate transactions.
Our attorneys have the experience to handle a wide array of real estate litigation matters, including disputes relating to:
- Resolving acquisition and development disputes
- Construction: related disagreements with contractors and subcontractors
- Disputes with real estate brokers and various agents
- Resolving issues with banks and servicers
- Address a wide variety of title disputes
- Landlord-tenant matters involving eviction and other issues
- HOA disputes matters relating to homeowners’ associations and their members
- Subsurface matters concerning mineral rights and water
Talk To Us Regarding Your Real Estate Issues
Our real estate litigation lawyers are based in Austin, Texas, and represent clients not only in Austin, but also throughout Texas and across the country. We have received a preeminent rating by Martindale-Hubbell, which is the highest rating given for legal proficiency and ethics. The verdicts that our lawyers have obtained in all types of business disputes have been recognized by the American Lawyer, VerdictSearch and Topverdict.com in their annual lists of the highest verdicts in the United States and in Texas. When you need an real estate attorney, contact us for a consultation. Depending on the case, we offer clients the benefits of contingency fee arrangements or a hybrid fee arrangement (a combination of reduced hourly rates and reduced contingency rates).