Northern Virginia Real Estate Dispute Attorneys
PJI Law helps clients settle real estate disputes inside and outside of the courtroom.
Northern Virginia Real Estate Disputes
Real estate disputes are among the most frustrating. Real estate is expensive, so you can’t help but worry about recovering your investment when a dispute arises. However, while it might seem like the conflict is impossible to resolve, you have legal options.
Our Northern Virginia law firm can handle your real estate dispute. We can begin with alternative conflict resolution, such as negotiation or arbitration. However, our attorneys will be fully prepared to escalate the case to trial if needed. We can litigate the case in front of a judge and jury to help you resolve the dispute and recover damages.
Common Real Estate Disputes
PJI Law represents clients dealing with an assortment of real estate disputes. These disputes are often related to:
This is far from an exhaustive list of our areas of focus. Contact us to learn more about our Northern Virginia real estate dispute services.
Real estate fraud
Real estate fraud is surprisingly common in Virginia. Far too many sellers willfully misrepresent property. Then, the buyer doesn’t realize that something is amiss until months down the road. Other times, someone might sell property that they don’t actually own. As shocking as this sounds, these transactions can go through. Then, the purchaser doesn’t have a legal right to the property.
These are just two examples of real estate fraud. Fraudsters constantly come up with new ways to defraud buyers. Fortunately, Virginia does not take real estate fraud lightly. The perpetrator can face criminal and civil charges. Our Northern Virginia real estate dispute attorneys can handle your civil claim. You might be eligible to collect punitive and compensatory damages as a result of real estate fraud.
Real estate contract disputes
Our Northern Virginia real estate dispute attorneys often handle breach of contract disputes. Real estate transactions begin with a written contract. Both parties must adhere to the terms of the contract. If one party fails to do so, he or she is in breach of contract. You can then file a legal claim for compensation and equitable relief.
You do not have to show that the other party willfully or intentionally breached the contract. Instead, you just have to show that the defendant violated the contract, and you suffered damages as a result. PJI Law will investigate your case, gather evidence, and help you with your claim.
Why Choose PJI LAW?
REAL CLIENTS, REAL TESTIMONIALS
WE WORK WITH EXPERTS IN REAL ESTATE
Our Northern Virginia real estate dispute attorneys have years of experience handling these cases. We have also built a network of real estate experts to assist in evaluating evidence. Our lawyers can contact contractors, engineers, land surveyors, and other experts to help us build the case against the other party. Also, our lawyers are well-versed in local and state real estate laws. Because of that, we are equipped to hold parties accountable when they violate your rights.
WHAT IF THE DISPUTE IS WITH THE CO-OWNER?
If you own the property with another person or business, you might be unsure of how to proceed if you have a dispute. Co-owner disputes can occur due to various issues, including disagreements related to maintaining or selling the property. Our Northern Virginia real estate dispute attorneys can represent you in a claim against your co-owner. We will begin by looking over your deed and other documentation. Then, we will see what type of claim you have against the other owner.
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