We represent clients in the following matters:
- A claim of easement rights by one landowner against an adjacent landowner, including claims of prescriptive easements.
- The allocation or division of costs of repairs and maintenance among persons who use an easement.
- The appropriate nature, use, and extent of easements.
- Lawsuits for quiet title where ownership of land is in dispute.
- Disputes between landlords and tenants of commercial and residential property.
- Partition of the interests of co-owners, joint tenants, and tenants in common of real property, where a court is asked to partition the property in kind or by sale.
- Boundary line disputes.
- The effect and priority of various liens, such as deeds of trust, tax liens, and option agreements.
- Rights of first refusal to purchase property or to lease property.
- Litigation concerning contracts, including co-ownership agreements, equity purchase agreements, and disputes between joint tenants, tenants in common, and successive interests in real property.
- Disputes between landlords (owners) concerning the use and division of rent collected from tenants.
- Agreements concerning wells, water sharing, easements for well lots and water lines, and utilities.
We represent clients in negotiations and in court litigation concerning real estate. If you have questions concerning your particular situation, then please call our office during business hours to schedule a telephone conference or office visit, or complete the adjacent form and we will contact you.
An attorney-client relationship is not created between the client and the law firm until the attorney and client execute a written retainer agreement describing the legal work to be performed.