Real Estate Litigation
No one ever expects to be involved in a lawsuit involving their own property, or to be faced with real estate litigation over a contract gone bad. But unfortunately, lawsuits have become a way of life.
The most common real estate disputes involve access rights and boundary disputes. As an example, your neighbors want use your driveway or a fence is believed to be on the wrong side of a boundary line. The basis for these claims could have occurred decades before you bought your home or land, but only came to light with a new neighbor.
There can also be disputes over the terms of a real estate contract, and a buyer or seller may decide they do not want to close. Another possibility for a lawsuit is a landlord’s need to terminate a lease and evict the tenant. In each of these cases you will need an experienced Florida Real Estate Litigation Attorney to advance your interests.
When property disputes occur, you need an experienced Florida Real Estate Litigation Attorney who has litigated and resolved boundary disputes, encroachments, right-of-way claims and easement disputes. Sperry Law Firm has the experience to professionally advance your property rights and successfully preserve your ownership rights.
At Sperry Law Firm, our clients are our top priority. For more than 30 years, Bruce J. Sperry has provided quality legal representation to those with residential and commercial real estate litigation needs. The attorneys at Sperry Law Firm understand the needs of residents and businesses of Plant City and the Greater Tampa Bay Area, as well as those throughout the State of Florida. The goal of Sperry Law Firm is to build an attorney-client relationship built on a solid foundation of trust. This trust is established through client communication. Here, each client is treated individually and their legal matter is given the attention it deserves. You will always receive prompt attention and will always be kept informed on how your matter is proceeding.
Our areas of service and experience in commercial transactions include:
- Residential Mortgage Foreclosure (Lender)
- Commercial Mortgage Foreclosure (Lender)
- Eminent Domain
- Inverse Condemnation
- Adverse Possession
- Boundary Disputes
- Quiet Title