Our landlord-tenant services including lease drafting, lease review, and representation in the Summary Ejectment eviction process. Our experience representing both landlords and tenants during the eviction proceeding in both Small Claims Court and District Court provides us with the insight to guide our clients through a variety of issues.
We represent clients in negotiating and obtaining easements. Additionally, we also provide easement drafting services.
When property owners dispute the future use of a property, often times the disagreement is resolved by either dividing up the land between the owners or selling the land and dividing the proceeds among the property owners. This court process is called a “Petition for Partition”. We regularly represent the owner bringing the action (the “Petitioner”) or one of the other owners (the “Respondent”). Petitions to Partition can be a challenging issue to resolve, especially with co-owners who refuse to cooperate. Our years of experience allows us to effectively represent our clients in these types of cases.
When selling real estate, the condition of the title can be adversely affected by errors in the chain of title. These title issues are not only a headache but can also delay the real estate closing until the issue is resolved. Title issues occur for numerous reasons, including incorrect information on a deed, someone in the chain of title still retains an ownership interest, a lien that was not released, or an encroachment. Our firm can assist with resolving these title issues through manual title curative or court action.
Navigating the rules and regulations of a Home Owner’s Association can oftentimes be a difficult task. Our firm can assist both homeowners and homeowner’s associations with all issues related to HOA’s.
Title Document Drafting
Our firm can assist with drafting and preparing a wide variety of real estate title documents. These documents include, Quitclaim Deeds, General Warranty Deeds, Deeds of Trusts, Scrivener’s Affidavits, Easements, Lien Releases, Affidavits, Land Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Agent Authorizations, HOA Bylaws, and Condo Declarations of Unit Ownership and Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions.