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We represent clients in landlord-tenant disputes involving commercial leases. These cases frequently involve a breached lease agreement, such as failure to pay rent. If you have questions about your rights in a commercial eviction or lease dispute, we can assist you.

Our firm advises clients involved in commission dispute claims. Was the agreed upon commission augmented? Did the seller refuse to sell the property after the offer was accepted? Did the broker violate the business and professional code of conduct? Did the broker violate the fiduciary duty to his or her client? We answer our clients' questions about their rights and obligations in claims involving real estate broker commission disputes.

Property owners are frequently taken advantage of by someone they trust. For example, you may have been asked to sign a document you thought was only granting permission to talk to your lender - when actually the document was a quitclaim deed, signing over the title of your property. Other clients have been taken advantage of by people claiming to help get them out of foreclosure - when actually, the alleged friend purchased the property under our client's nose. We help clients fight back against these types of fraudulent conduct.

Property sellers are required to make disclosure of known property defects, title defects and other pertinent issues about the property so that buyers can make informed decisions when signing the buy-sell agreement. If the seller failed to disclose certain issues, we can help you hold the seller responsible.

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