Landlord-Tenant & Real Estate Law
Experienced Houston Real Estate Attorneys in Texas & Illinois
Real estate transactions are often too complex to deal with on your own, and quiet title, property loss, landlord-tenant disputes, and eviction are no exception. Our Houston real estate attorneys in Texas & Illinois provide you with expert counsel and guidance through the most complicated real estate issues.
Quiet Title in Texas & Illinois
In real estate, a “Title” is the legal document that expresses who owns a property. “Quiet title” is a lawsuit brought in a court having jurisdiction over property disputes. The goal is to investigate claims and archived files, settle disputes, and establish title to real property or personal property having a title, against anyone and everyone. Such an action “quiets” any challenges or claims to the title.
If you are dealing with any legal issues involving title in Texas or Illinois, our seasoned Houston real estate attorneys can help. Call us today to schedule a consultation with us!
Illegal Sales of Property
Seizure of Homes, Buildings, or Lands
Covenants and Easements
Promised Action on Documents
Property Loss in Texas & Illinois
Has your insurance claim been denied, underpaid or wrongfully handled? You may have legal rights that we can protect and enforce.
If you have experienced property loss in Texas or Illinois, you are entitled to a fair and prompt settlement for damages to your home, property or business. Our experienced Houston real estate lawyers can assist you in filing property loss claims in Texas & Illinois and help you get the compensation you deserve.
Eviction & Landlord-Tenant Disputes in Texas & Illinois
Have you signed on the dotted line without reading your lease? There may be pages of rules and regulations that leave you exposed in the event the other party fails to act in good faith. If a landlord or tenant has violated the terms of a lease, our Houston real estate lawyers can help you fight for your rights in Texas & Illinois.
Unreasonable Late Fees
Refusal to Return Application Fee or Deposit
Unfair Amount of Deposit Returned
Failing to Make Repairs
Failing to Disclose Fees
Charging Excess Fees
Misrepresenting Apartment, Home, or Building Conditions
Failure to Disclose Property Information
Failure to Disclose Changes to Rules or Policies
Failure to Permit Termination of Lease
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