If you are a property owner or tenant involved in any dispute regarding real estate, you have legally enforceable rights.
However, these rights can be waived if you do not take timely and appropriate legal action. Let our qualified Real Estate Litigation Attorneys represent you during the process.
We handle disputes over residential and commercial purchase and sale agreements and leases, disputes over titles and boundaries, possession, trespass and encroachment, inverse condemnation and sales disputes (breach of contract, fraud and misrepresentation). Call us today to receive a free case evaluation.
Eminent Domain is the right of a government entity to seize private property for a public purpose so long as the property owner is justly compensated.
An owner of property that has been condemned, or is under threat of condemnation, has the right to contest the government's valuation of the property. A property owner also has other enforceable rights under State and Federal Law. However, some or all of these rights may be waived without taking timely and appropriate legal action. Let us help you assert your rights and get fully compensated for your property. Call us today to receive a free case evaluation.
Let us help you with your residential or commercial cash closing, short sale, lease or other real estate transaction.
Buyers and sellers of real property have legally enforceable rights. Good advice early on during real estate transactions can avoid excessive closing costs or costly litigation down the road. We will demystify the process for you and make sure your rights are secure.
Call us today to receive a free case evaluation.
If you had a contract dispute or other dispute where you have suffered monetary or other damages, or if someone has wrongfully sued you for monetary or other damages, you need to take timely and appropriate legal action to protect your rights.
At the Law Offices of Mark Weinstein, P.C., our Civil Litigation Attorneys are prepared to:
Listen to your side of the story and provide you with legal guidance
Assess your claims and tell you if you have a case
Argue your case before a judge or jury or negotiate a settlement you approve
Support you as you take action to enforce your rights and protect your interests