We know that navigating a property dispute can be stressful because we know that your property is often your most valuable asset. Property disputes can start as simple disagreements among family members or neighbors, before unadvised, emotionally charged actions create larger problems and, even worse, harm property rights. Understanding your rights and knowing the steps in the process are critical to making the right decisions. Our attorneys are here to explain the ins and outs of the property laws and craft a strategy that will help you reach your goals and achieve a favorable result.
Property disputes involving implied or expressed easements, adverse possession, quite title actions, deed work and partition actions – these are just a few of the most common services we provide regarding property law and litigation in Charleston, SC. To every case we handle, we bring decades of litigation experience to bear in delivering the most desirable, cost-effective solution possible.
Property Law Attorneys in Charleston, SC
Because of our roots in the construction industry, we have worked extensively with land developers, commercial real estate brokers and homeowners’ associations by representing them in transactional settings and providing specialized services such as drafting covenants and restrictions, as well as drafting and litigating commercial lease agreements.
Our knowledge of South Carolina property laws and ordinances at the local level is of paramount importance. Not only do we stay current with changes in the laws, we communicate your rights and explain your options every step of the way. It’s especially important to understand your rights and obligations as they relate to notes, mortgages, leases and real estate purchase agreements. By partnering with a legal team who has your best interests in mind, you’ll able to proceed with confidence and assurance.
Undesirable Results from Real Estate Growth
As one of the most desirable places to live in the country, Charleston has been experiencing a real estate boom in recent years. Along with the growth, however, comes undesirable legal issues like a breach of contract, property defect disclosure concerns and problems resulting from defective construction. If you are facing these or other legal challenges, we can help. Contact us today for more information.