Commercial Real Estate Litigation

Not every real estate transaction goes as planned.  Even when a contract seemingly addresses every future circumstance, disputes can still arise.  Disputes can arise between landlords and tenants, between buyers and sellers of real estate, between adjoining owners of property, or among owners of different interests in the same parcel of property.

However, every dispute does not need to result in litigation.  Our attorneys understand the importance of seeking the most efficient and effective way to represent our clients.  Sometimes this includes informal negotiations with an opposing party.  Other times, it includes fighting with everything we have.  Most of the time, it falls somewhere in between.  Our experience and our attentiveness to your individual needs allows us to create the right strategy for you.

Please contact us as soon as possible if you have a commercial real estate dispute that may result in litigation.