Real Estate Litigation
Texas Real Estate Litigation Attorneys
As evidenced by the increasing amount of real estate litigation taking place in courtrooms throughout Texas and across the nation as a whole — real estate transactions can expose individuals, businesses, commercial landlords, builders, developers, lenders, title insurers and others to significant risks.
If you are engaged in a real estate-related dispute or are facing the prospect of litigation in the State of Texas, or if your business is, consider contacting a Plano or Frisco real estate litigation attorney at Albin Roach.
Albin Roach is a full-service law firm handling real estate litigation in Texas and federal courts — trial and appellate — statewide on behalf of both individual clients and businesses of all types. We approach every dispute on its own terms and we tailor our litigation strategies to meet the unique needs and goals of each particular client. Our ultimate goal is always to resolve the matter as quickly and cost-effectively as possible while protecting the rights of those we represent.
Lawyers at our firm have extensive experience with the issues that typically surround real estate litigation.
We provide representation for lenders in foreclosure actions related to mortgage and home equity loans. We represent individual homebuyers in breach of contract claims, construction defects litigation, boundary disputes and matters involving condominiums or homeowners’ associations. We handle land ownership disputes involving heirs, joint tenants, tenants-in-common and both partition-in-kind actions, receiverships, and court-ordered sales of real property. We represent commercial landlords in lease disputes and assist them in evicting tenants after foreclosure proceedings have taken place.
We also handle a variety of issues related to the building, construction and development of real property in Frisco and Plano. These matters include land use and zoning disputes, conservation easements, mechanic’s and material man’s liens, public works liens and surety disputes.