Real Estate

Our attorneys are experienced in resolving complex real estate issues for both residential and commercial real estate including purchase and sale contracts, lease disputes, construction claims, eminent domain, landlord-tenant disputes and other issues relating to real property.


Protect Your Real Estate Assets

Often people do not hire a real estate attorney until a problem arises and they ignore the potential pitfalls in their contracts that later show up to haunt them. To prevent potentially devastating pitfalls, consult a real estate lawyer who can help protect what is possibly your most valuable asset. Purchase agreements may have flaws and often contain defective titles, undisclosed liens, contingencies and other unresolved disputes. We can help identify potential contract issues to prevent future damages for both buyers and sellers.

In addition to litigation, LawCare also represent buyers and sellers in the negotiation phase of the purchase process of both residential and commercial real estate. We will handle the negotiation of terms and the preparation of documents to successfully complete a real estate deal.

When you select our law firm, we can help you interpret and enforce purchase agreements, mortgages, deeds of transfer, notes and other financing instruments, easements and encumbrances, restrictive covenants, leases and subleases.


Other types of real estate disputes we litigate include:

  • Eminent domain issues: Where the government seeks to take your property for a public purpose
  • Construction defect claims:  Such as claims against construction companies for failing to comply with contractual requirements
  • Landlord-tenant disagreements: Such as failure to pay or changes in the agreed-upon use of the property
  • Adverse possession claims: Stemming from claims of ownership or use or possession for a period of time
  • Easements and Encumbrances: Including quiet title actions.

If you are considering purchasing or selling property or you have recently encountered a controversy regarding your contract, you want an experienced lawyer, one who has successfully handled simple and complex real estate controversies for years. We understand the impact of unresolved issues on your bottom line and can help you get the results you need, whether through litigation or an alternative means of dispute resolution.


Contact Us

If you face a dispute involving the breach of a purchase agreement, including failure to disclose known defects, contact us at 801.561.5600 to schedule your initial consultation and to start the resolution process.