In more than three decades of service, the lawyers at Bernstein & Feldman, P.A., have encountered a wide array of matters affecting parties to real estate disputes. This experience prepares us to handle effectively the complex issues our clients face and to do so in a way that expedites their transactions.
Our clients include businesses and individual property owners in a broad spectrum of situations. They are purchasers, sellers, developers, investors, property management companies, commercial landlords and tenants, and condominium associations.
We assist them in a broad spectrum of real estate litigation and related matters:
- Lease disputes and lease-related litigation
- Acquisition, purchase and sale disputes
- Zoning and land use issues
- Disputes with municipalities and government agencies
- Title claims and insurance disputes
- Restrictive covenants
- Adverse possession
We have achieved a series of notable successes in real estate litigation, and our lawyers in 2010 were named "Leading Lawyers in Annapolis" for the second straight year. To obtain favorable outcomes for our clients, we use proven strategies to maximize the leverage we obtain in discovery and motion practice. Throughout the real estate litigation process, we focus on achieving our clients' goals in the most expeditious and cost-effective manner.
Alternatives To Real Estate Litigation
Our lawyers are seasoned litigators who are comfortable in the courtroom. However, taking matters to trial is not always in line with our clients' ultimate goals or the bottom line. In many cases, the best interests of our clients lie in resolving matters prior to trial. As a leader in real estate litigation, we have the skills and experience necessary to resolve matters through alternative dispute resolution methods such as arbitration and mediation. We also continue to challenge unfavorable verdicts at the appellate level on our clients' behalf.
Contact our team of Annapolis real estate litigation attorneys to speak with us confidentially regarding your concerns.