Ownership Dispute Information

Buffington Law Firm's team of experienced real estate litigation attorneys has broad experience in aggressively representing clients in all forms of Orange County and Southern California real estate ownership and control disputes. Call us today for a free consultation at 714-450-6568.

Common Types of Real Estate Ownership Disputes

Family Ownership Disputes. Real estate ownership disputes can arise in many situations. A common scenario involves conflict among family members concerning either commercial property or a single-family home. Sometimes parents will convey a portion of ownership of a property to each of their sons and daughters. Sometimes one sibling then occupies the property and tries to "shut out" his or her other siblings who are also owners and treat the property as though he or she were the sole owner. When commercial real estate is involved, issues of cost and revenue sharing often arise. There are many variants of this kind of dispute. If you are involved in such a situation, you should contact our office at 714-450-6568 for a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our experienced real estate and business litigation attorneys. At this meeting we will examine your claim and advise you. Do not delay. See our article on this website: What to do if you think you have a legal claim.

Property Transfers Due To Undue Influence Regarding a Parent or Elder. Sometimes situations arise in which one person exerts improper control over an elderly parent or relative that results in the transfer of real property (or other property) out of the elderly person's estate. Often these transfers are completely at odds with the estate plan and the known wishes of the elder. This can happen whether or not dementia or mental impairment is involved. When this happens, there is often a legal solution to the problem. If you are involved in such a situation, you should contact our office at 714-450-6568 for a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our experienced real estate litigation attorneys. You should also read our article on this website: Undue Influence.

Technical Property Ownership Disputes. There are almost an infinite variety of situations from which real property ownership disputes may arise. These disputes can result from fraudulent deeds, slander of title, multiple conveyances of the property by the same seller, and many other scenarios. Buffington Law Firm's team of real estate litigation attorneys has broad experience in aggressively and successfully representing clients in these types of situations. If you have a legal problem of this sort you should contact our office at 714-450-6568 for a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our experienced real estate litigation attorneys.