Many in the real estate business may think of the ideal real estate transaction as a “win-win” situation. A seller obtains what they want – the sale of a piece of property, and a buyer obtains what they seek – a desired piece of property for their home or business. Fortunately, most Arizona real estate deals do follow this pattern and parties negotiate and execute a smooth transaction.
Sometimes, however, parties may disagree over the terms of a real estate deal and find themselves embroiled in a purchase dispute or other residential property dispute. Neighbors may live next door to each other for years before a dispute arises in which one homeowner believes another is encroaching on his or her property, as this blog reported in a previous post.
When a dispute arises, it is imperative that an Arizonan has an advocate on his or her side to help guide him or her regarding how best to proceed. The attorneys of Faith, Ledyard & Faith, PLC are the experienced attorneys a client who is facing a dispute with a neighboring property owner may need. They provide full-service advice, from how long a property owner has to file a particular lawsuit, to how best to respond to a demand from a neighboring property owner. They can represent clients in contract litigation, as well as help clients settle an escalating dispute so that they can avoid litigation entirely.
Engaging an attorney at the first rumblings of a potential real estate dispute may help prevent a disagreement from escalating into something much more serious. For additional information about how the attorneys of Faith, Ledyard & Faith, PLC can help clients facing a real estate dispute, please visit our webpage.