Real Property Disputes

Real property law refers to all land, structures, firmly attached and involved equipment, plants or produce growing on the land, minerals or ‘goods’ under the land, the right to future ownership, right to occupy for a period of time (life estate or tenancy), reversion of property (if it is a public building that is no longer used for its current purpose), use of airspace, or an easement access across another’s property. Real property intersects with multiple areas of law such as contract law, probate, family law, and criminal law.

We represent individuals in matters relating to land use and real property disputes. Through thorough and honest communication we will present an accurate picture of the dispute at hand so informed decisions can be made and favorable results gained. In most cases, we try to avoid litigation; however, some matters can not solved through negotiation and court intervention can become necessary. When litigation becomes unavoidable we are aggressive, experienced trial lawyers.

Our real property dispute services include:

  • Condemnations
  • Eminent domain matters
  • Boundary line disputes
  • Titles disputes
  • Annexation
  • Landlord/tenant actions
  • right of way and easement disputes
  • foreclosures
  • judgment/lien execution
  • water rights disputes
  • HOA/COA homeowner disputes
  • road maintenance disputes
  • contractors

If you are embroiled in a dispute involving your real estate assets, contact us today. We will help you resolve the matter with the most favorable outcome possible.

Real Estate and Real Property Law

Protecting your financial investment by ensuring your real property transactions are sound is a cornerstone of our practice at Earwood, Moore, Carpenter & Guy. From closings and use to construction disputes, our real estate and litigation attorneys can fulfill all of your real estate related legal needs.