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Dornish Law firm closely monitors the rapidly changing COVID-19 public health and community concerns. To protect your safety in response to COVID-19, we are offering out clients the option to meet with us via telephone, in person, or virtually through Zoom and Microsoft teams. Please call our office at (412) 567-5957 to discuss your options.
Real estate investments and litigation

Real estate investments and litigation

On Behalf of | Oct 17, 2021 | Litigation Practice, Real Estate Practice

When it comes to investments, real estate is often seen as a safe bet. As opposed to stocks and other types of investments, many people view real estate as a smart investment that is sure to pay off over time. However, our law firm knows that there are many reasons why things go wrong when it comes to these investments. For example, some investors find themselves in the middle of a lawsuit, and these cases are often especially complicated. If you are a real estate investor facing litigation, make sure that all bases are covered. 

Whether you are working through a dispute involving your business partners or you run into complications that involve a tenant or landowner, there are a lot of different reasons why disputes come up. Sometimes, investors are able to resolve these disputes without ever stepping foot in a courtroom. In other instances, however, disputes are very contentious and litigation is inevitable. The way in which one approaches their case likely has a significant impact on their ability to reach an outcome in their favor. When it comes to real estate investments, those who fail to handle their case appropriately often face losses that were avoidable. 

We know that every situation is different with respect to real estate litigation. Go over the unique details of the dispute you are facing and do everything you can to resolve the dispute in an amicable manner. However, if the other party is not cooperating, these cases often have to play out in court and our website provides additional information on this topic. 

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