Resolve property conflicts with the help of a Prince George’s County real estate disputes attorney
Real estate is not handled like other types of property. That means disputes over ownership, leases, land use, boundaries, and other issues can be quite complex. At the Law Office of Ralph W. Powers Jr. P.C., we are familiar with the intricacies in this area of law and strive to resolve real estate disputes quickly and efficiently.
Understanding the Fine Points of Property Law
In Maryland, many of the laws governing the sale and use of real property are based on ancient legal concepts. However, property law also involves detailed regulations enacted in response to specific situations.
The result is that real estate disputes in Prince George’s County often hinge on fine points of law. When trying to resolve a problem involving real property, it is critical to identify the key issue and show the ways the law supports your desired outcome.
Putting an End to Conflict
Because of our experience handling real estate disputes, we know how to craft persuasive arguments that enable us to negotiate a resolution out of court in many cases. We also succeed with alternative dispute resolution techniques including mediation and arbitration.
Sometimes, however, it is necessary to litigate a real estate dispute to reach a satisfactory outcome. Our familiarity with the law and effectiveness in the courtroom enable us to provide top notch service to clients in real estate litigation.
Services We Provide
Real estate conflicts can range from contractual disputes between business entities to disagreements between family members inheriting a treasured estate. While we are prepared to help resolve all types of real estate disputes, some examples of issues we frequently handle include:
- Commercial lease disputes
- Conflicts over zoning violations
- Easement issues
- Disputes over Adverse Possession
- Disagreements over the sale of jointly-owned property
Contact a Real Estate Disputes Lawyer in Prince George’s County
Disputes involving real property can be paralyzing. Let the Law Office of Ralph W. Powers, Jr., P.C. put our experience to work for you to resolve the conflict so you can move forward. Contact us now to learn how we could help.