We Provide Client-Centered Service In All Real Estate Matters
At Aldrich Goldstein, we have been litigating real estate matters almost since the day we opened our office. Our attorneys have extensive experience in a wide-variety of possible real estate disputes, including: non-disclosure cases, earnest money disputes, adverse possession and boundary disputes, view easement enforcement, and CC&R enforcement disputes.
We understand what’s at stake when legal issues threaten a property sale or lucrative realty arrangement. Here are some of the areas we focus on when it comes to realty law:
Our attorneys have represented many individuals and businesses in disputes about property issues that should have been disclosed as part of a property sale. We have extensive experience in all aspects of non-disclosure litigation, including working with experts, investigating the history of the problem, tracking down witnesses, mediating disputes, and taking such matters all the way through several arbitrations and trials. Using that experience, we provide our clients with nuanced advice throughout the process, helping to avoid pitfalls and surprises and to increase the odds of a favorable outcome.
Earnest Money Disputes
Although uncommon earnest money disputes can be very nuanced. Our attorneys have experience analyzing the relevant contract language and reasons why the transaction failed to better advise clients about possible strategies. In addition, our trial/arbitration experience with earnest money disputes allows us to better predict possible outcomes.
Adverse Possession And Boundary Disputes
We have tried several adverse possession cases to verdict, and have successfully litigated other boundary dispute cases to resolution. The law of adverse possession, and the related law regarding prescriptive easements, can be quite complex and difficult to navigate. Our experience with the different facets of such boundary disputes helps our clients understand their options and guides better decision-making processes.
View Easement Enforcement
View properties often protect that view through view easements that guarantee a clear path over the air space of downhill properties. We have experience navigating enforcement of such easements, and litigating the validity of such easements, including through trial.
CC&R Enforcement Disputes
With increasing population density, more and more properties are now subject to Conditions, Covenants and Restrictions (“CC&Rs”). Our attorneys have experience litigating and even invalidating such CC&Rs on behalf of our clients, and we understand the interrelationship of CC&Rs to existing laws, local regulations, and other governing documents.
We Are Ready To Fight For Your Best Interests
At Aldrich Goldstein, our clients are our priority. Our lawyers craft innovative strategies to help our clients resolve their commercial property and residential real estate issues efficiently. Learn more about how we can help — contact us through our online contact form or call our Portland office at 503-226-7045.