How to choose a best course of action to real estate disputes

On Behalf of | May 8, 2019 | Real Estate Disputes |

Florida property owners often encounter various legal issues. Whether they own private homes or commercial properties, any number of issues can arise with neighboring property owners, local government officials or others, such as tenants if a property owner is also a landlord. It is essential to know what options are available to find the fairest, most agreeable solutions to any real estate disputes in as swift and economically feasible a fashion as possible.

While most people get excited about becoming property owners, purchasing, selling or maintaining a property can be complex and confusing, especially for those who have no background in real estate. If you run into a problem regarding property taxes, lease agreements, a business acquisition or some other issue, where would you seek support to help you settle the matter in an amicable manner? In some situations, you might simply be able to discuss the issue with the other party or parties involved.

More times than not, however, private negotiations of that sort fall short, so it’s always a good idea to have a backup plan in mind. Experienced property owners often stay closely connected to experienced real estate law attorneys because this enables them to quickly access support, as needed. An attorney who is well-versed in real estate laws can thoroughly review a proposed agreement and help structure a contract to a client’s advantage.

Even seemingly minor situations can escalate into serious legal problems. For instance, if two neighbors are arguing over a boundary line or a tree that extends over both pieces of property, discussions that don’t go well can quickly become heated. It pays to have an experienced attorney on one’s side to help negotiate a solution or litigate an issue that is unable to be peacefully resolved.

Cuevas, Garcia & Torres, P.A., has been providing strong legal support to Florida property owners for years. Local ordinances and property laws often change, and our legal team stays updated on all aspects of this field of law. If you are facing real estate disputes that you do not feel equipped to handle on your own, you may reach out for support by requesting a consultation at any time.


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