A real property dispute can involve most any issue, but generally, they arise from misunderstandings relating to property boundary lines or easements, problems with the construction, repair, or remodeling of your home, difficulties in a purchase and sale transaction, or conflicts with neighbors or a homeowner’s association.
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Every property is unique in its location, topography, title history, boundary lines, development, construction, and historical use. Any, or all, of these factors can be important in providing you with a proper legal evaluation of your dispute and to help you develop the best and most cost-efficient strategy moving forward toward resolution.
At the Law Office of Carolyn C. Phillips, APC., we have experience in multiple legal disciplines including contracts, construction litigation, easement and property line disputes, quiet title, and civil litigation which we believe is necessary to ensure the best possible outcome for you.
If you are thinking about selling your property, California law requires that material facts which may “affect the value or desirability of a property” must be disclosed to a potential purchaser. Therefore, it is imperative to either resolve your real property disputes before listing your property for sale, or to properly disclose it to each potential purchaser. If you fail to do so, you could wind up being sued.
If you have any questions as to whether or not to disclose in a real estate transaction, you should consult a lawyer as real estate salespersons and brokers are not licensed to provide legal advice.
At the Law Office of Carolyn C. Phillips, APC., we have the background and experience necessary to evaluate the issues unique to your property whether it be contract law, civil law, construction law, the Davis-Sterling Act (homeowner’s association law) or California real estate law and to provide you with a strategy to resolve your dispute.
Property disputes can occur between the following parties:
- Landlords and renters
- Homeowners association
- Family members
- Joint ventures
- Land easements
- Property visitors
- Government agencies
- And more
While we have the experience to handle any type of property dispute, the most common real estate issues we handle are:
- Easement disputes
- Ownership disputes
- Boundary dispute
- Breach of contract
- Purchase and Sale disputes
- Boundary line disputes
- Neighbor disputes
Real Property Dispute Attorney
Strategy, preparation, and research are the cornerstones of the Law Office of Carolyn C. Phillips, APC.. Our dedicated and committed attorneys take the facts specific to your case and apply them to the law enabling us to determine the best and most cost-efficient strategy for your case. By intimately understanding the facts of your case, your needs, and your goals, Ms. Phillips becomes an outstanding and knowledgeable advocate for you. Ms. Phillips has a wealth of courtroom experience and is ready and willing to go to trial for you, if your case cannot be resolved through mediation or alternative dispute resolution.
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The Law Office of Carolyn C. Phillips, APC., handles property disputes in Thousand Oaks, Ventura County, Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley and all surrounding areas.