Title Dispute

Helping Clients Resolve Title Disputes in Complex Real Estate Transactions

While you always want a residential or commercial property purchase to go smoothly, many issues can arise to complicate a real estate transaction. One common issue that can result in delays and problems is a title defect or dispute. Title disputes should be addressed as soon as possible – otherwise, financial losses and other complications can quickly develop. It is important to have an experienced title dispute attorney representing your rights and interests in this situation. Contact the Law Offices of Jon H. Freis right away.

Common Title Issues

There are different factors that can affect your real estate ownership and result in a title dispute. Some common issues include:

  • Inaccurate legal description of the property on the deed
  • Ambiguous language on the deed
  • Boundary disputes or questions
  • Covenants
  • Easements
  • Liens
  • Adverse possession claims
  • Quiet title
  • Land use or zoning disputes

Even if a title defect seems relatively minor, it can affect your financing, insurance, and the overall marketability and value of the property.

No matter what title issue exists, it is often possible to resolve the matter and quickly move past the problem to successfully complete the real estate purchase. The right lawyer will know how to negotiate with the seller and other relevant parties to find a solution to the title defect without further legal action. If the dispute cannot be resolved, your attorney can file a claim in civil court to protect your rights and recover for your losses.

Contact a Title Dispute Lawyer Right Away

The Law Offices of Jon H. Freis reviews property titles, identifies possible problems, and works to resolve the matter as effectively and efficiently as possible. Call 310-276-1218 or contact us online to speak with a title dispute attorney today.