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New Jersey Residential Real Estate Lawyer
Client-Focused Residential Real Estate Litigators Defend the Rights and Interests of Property Owners in Cases in Camden County, Burlington County, and throughout New Jersey
Residential real estate is incredibly important to many individuals and families across New Jersey. Such real estate may serve as your or your family’s home, a way to build wealth for yourself and your family, or a vehicle for investment. It is understandable that people get attached to the property that they own, which is why disputes over residential real estate can easily lead to litigation — every piece of property is unique, so people will want to hang onto what they believe is theirs for as long as possible. For something as important as your home or your family’s investment or wealth, you need an experienced New Jersey residential real estate lawyer to protect your rights and interests.
At Gelman Law, LLC, our New Jersey residential real estate lawyer has extensive knowledge of the law and experience in the New Jersey legal system. You can trust that our legal team will put our expertise to work on behalf of you and your family, fighting to protect your legal rights, interests, and potentially even your home.
Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation with a member of our legal team about your case. Having our firm in your corner in your New Jersey residential real estate litigation case can help you resolve your matter as efficiently as possible while getting you and your family the outcome you need and deserve.
Types of Residential Real Estate Litigation Our Firm Can Help You With
Litigation involving residential real estate can arise from all different kinds of disputes. Our knowledgeable litigators can help you and your family if you are facing residential real estate litigation matters such as:
- Breach and/or enforcement of purchase-and-sale agreements
- Assigning liability for environmental remediation costs
- Title issues, including actions to quiet title, resolving gaps in the chain of title, or clearing clouds on the title such as easements or tax liens
- Challenging the assessment of local property taxes
- Resolving boundary disputes
- Enforcement of existing easements, limiting excessive easements, terminating abandoned easements, or establishing new easements necessary for the reasonable enjoyment of your property
- Resolving disputes with homeowners’ associations, including payment of dues, rules compliance, and maintenance and repair of common amenities
- Disputes between joint owners of property (such as tenants-in-common, joint tenants, or party wall agreements), including disputes over ownership, payment of maintenance expenses, and rights to sell interests in property
- Residential landlord-tenant disputes, including rent issues, repair disputes, or constructive eviction claims
If you and your family are facing one of the above matters or another legal issue involving residential real estate, contact us today to discuss how our firm may be able to help.
Gelman Law, LLC Tirelessly Works to Get Our Clients Favorable Outcomes in Their Residential Real Estate Litigation Matters
The New Jersey residential real estate lawyer at Gelman Law understands how important a residence or a home is to our clients and our families. That is why we treat each case with the care and attention to detail that something as important as your home and your wealth deserves. You can expect that our legal team will vigorously pursue the best possible outcome in your residential real estate litigation matter by:
- Thoroughly review all applicable documents and agreements, including purchase-and-sale contracts, deeds, easement agreements, and more to fully understand your legal rights
- Discuss your goals, concerns, and needs so that we can build a targeted legal strategy aimed at getting you the results that you want and need in your case
- Communicate with opposing parties and other interested parties on your behalf so that you don’t have to worry about the stress of talking with the party you are having a dispute with or their attorneys
- Explore all available options for resolving your matter as efficiently as possible, including working to get the other party to the table in settlement negotiations, mediation, or arbitration
- Going over all documents generated in your case to ensure that your rights are fully protected
- Advocating for your interests in negotiation, arbitration, or at trial if necessary
When you choose Gelman Law to help you with your residential real estate matter, you can trust that you and your home will never be just another case to us and that we will fight to make sure you get the legal results you want and deserve.
Contact Us Today to Set Up a Case Evaluation to Speak with a New Jersey Residential Real Estate Lawyer
If you are facing the possibility of litigation over residential real estate, or if the other party already has attorneys or you are already in court, don’t wait another day to speak with a New Jersey residential real estate lawyer from Gelman Law, LLC about your legal rights and options. Schedule an initial consultation to discuss how having legal representation can give you the best chance at securing the outcome you want and deserve in your case.
Frequently Asked Questions about Residential Real Estate in New Jersey
Likely not. Most residential real estate litigation matters are resolved in a negotiated settlement between the parties before their case gets to trial or even sees the inside of a courtroom. Our legal team is highly experienced in resolving litigation matters through alternative dispute resolution channels such as negotiation, mediation, or arbitration. We will of course always advise you when we believe that going to court, rather than settling in negotiation or mediation, represents the best path for securing the outcome you want and deserve.
Although you may be concerned about the expense of hiring an attorney or worried about “escalating” the dispute you are in by getting lawyers involved, in reality having legal representation to advise you can actually help you avoid litigation and increased costs by prolonging your legal dispute, and can also help you protect your legal rights and your interests in your property.