Property law has been around for centuries, and it controls the most valuable thing most of us own: our homes and our land.
Property law can be difficult to understand, but it makes good sense. Is it “Quick Claim Deed” or “Quit Claim Deed?” What does it mean to have a tax deed? Can someone get title to the property without it being deeded to him? Why should I pay for a survey when I buy property? Is it just a needless expense? Property litigation, boundary line disputes, tax redemptions, deeds and purchase agreements are important subjects that deal with valuable property. We can help you understand how this all works.
Our property practice includes:
- Property tax redemption
- Quiet title actions
- Boundary line disputes
- Evictions and ejectments
- Deed and purchase agreement preparation
- Adverse possession
- Covenants and restrictions
- Home owners association disputes
- Sales for division
- Easement disputes