Home Owner’s Associations
When you purchase a home in a community that’s governed by an HOA, you agree to obey the rules. Often disputes arise between homeowners and the HOA over exactly what these rules are and how they may be enforced.
We represent homeowners and associations in the dispute resolution process from minor disputes all the way through litigation.
Residential Real Estate
For most people the purchase or sale of a home is the largest financial transaction they will ever participate in. There is great financial risk in buying or selling real estate and it is important that all parties are protected in the process.
Whether you are a buyer or a seller it is important to consult with an attorney to ensure all essential disclosures have been made and that all issues have been resolved prior to closing.
Neighbor disputes can arise over a number of issues such as water damage from a neighbor’s sprinklers, excessive noise, barking dogs, boundary disputes, and more.
If a neighbor’s actions continuously interfere with your enjoyment of your property, you can sue to put an end to the behavior.
Representation of Real Estate Professionals
We understand that as a real estate professional your license is of the upmost importance. We also understand that if a complaint has been filed against you with the Arizona Department of Real Estate that license may be in jeopardy.
We can help you navigate the complaint and investigatory process and ensure that your rights, and your livelihood, are protected.
Boundaries and Easements
Boundary disputes are disagreements about who owns a piece of property and the amount of area the property covers. Often title and boundary disputes arise between neighbors, especially when title and boundary lines were recorded a long time ago.
An easement is the right of another person to use your land for a specific reason. Disputes may arise as to the extent and purpose of an easement.
The Arizona Residential Landlord Tenant Act governs landlord-tenant disputes in Arizona. This act provides protections for both tenants and landlords and provides for everything from collecting rent to processing evictions.
If you are an individual in a dispute with your landlord, or a landlord having issues with a tenant, our attorneys can assist you in bringing about a speedy and just resolution to the problem.
Building or remodeling your home can be a complicated, expensive, and time-consuming process. Disputes may arise during construction over issues of workmanship, changes in design, completion dates, and payment.
Contractor disputes are a headache for all involved and typically result in lost time and money for all parties. We represent both contractors and homeowners in these disputes, working with our client to bring about a quick resolution for all involved.
Failure to Disclose
When it comes to real estate, disclosure is a very important aspect of any real estate transaction. The law requires certain disclosures be made prior to a sale, and far to often these disclosures are not made, resulting in financial losses to the purchaser.
If you purchased a property and a material defect was not disclosed to you at time of purchase you have legal recourses available to help you recover the financial damages you have suffered due to the non-disclosure.
Real Property Contracts
A real estate contract is a contract between parties for the purchase and sale, exchange, or other conveyance of real estate. Often disputes over the contract do not come up until years after the contract was executed.
We can help by reviewing your contract before you sign, ensuring that your rights are protected and helping to prevent future disputes.