Our real estate attorney firm helps people with land disputes, seller misrepresentation, foreclosure defense, and contract disputes.
Real Estate Disputes
Real estate and mortgage disputes are a core practice for our real estate attorney law firm.
Our foreclosure defense real estate attorneys have set law in Ohio and in the region that help people.
Over 90% of our cases involve disputes and litigation. We understand contract law and can help with your real estate matter.
Ohio Loan Closing Document Review
One of our real estate lawyers will review your loan closing documents for a flat fee of $495 (additional if attending the closing).
Real Estate Disputes
Our real estate attorneys have helped clients with a variety of land disputes. We have worked with cases dealing with land boundaries, unauthorized tree cutting, to issues surrounding title descriptions. We have worked on easement issues, fence placement, and more. Our focus in this field is on disputes regarding real estate. If your real estate land dispute requires litigation, there is a high likelihood we can handle it. Our real estate attorneys regularly help clients with affordable payment plans, and would be happy to explore how we can help you.
Top Real Estate Foreclosure Attorney
The real estate and foreclosure lawyers at Doucet Gerling Co., LPA are highly rated. Real estate lawyers Troy Doucet and Andrew Gerling are both rated AV-Preeminent in the prestigious MartindaleHubbell ratings. Many of our real estate clients are in foreclosure or are at risk of foreclosure. Our real estate attorney firm represents people in court and work to help people resolve foreclosure without bankruptcy. We are Columbus, Ohio, and help people around Ohio. Our real estate attorneys are nationally recognized for their work in foreclosure defense. Learn more about foreclosure defense here.
Real Estate Seller Misrepresentation
Unfortunately, it is fairly common for sellers to misrepresent the condition of their property during a home sale. We regularly talk with buyers who discover major issues right after the sale. The home inspector didn't catch the issue, or it wasn't readily discoverable. In Ohio, sellers have an obligation to completely disclose problems in the real estate that they know exist. This disclosure requires the seller inform the buyer to a number of potential issues that they are aware of at the time of the real estate sale. Failure to disclose material latent defects in real estate can create liability for the seller. If you would like to discuss your issue with a real estate attorney, contact us today.
Real Estate Contract Attorneys
Real Estate Attorneys Troy Doucet and Andrew Gerling are both AV-rated attorneys, the best lawyer rating available from Martindale Hubbell, and have been featured as SuperLawyers Rising Stars for years. The firm maintains an A+ rating with the BBB. Our real estate lawyers are known for our work in the area of real estate and foreclosure. Attorney Doucet has presented numerous times regarding real estate law, including to the Bradley J. Schaeffer Real Property Institute at the Ohio State Bar Association. We have also won multiple cases in state and federal court that help people. Contact us today to see how we can help with your real estate contract issue.
Our Ohio real estate attorney firm has experience with many types of land disputes, including those involving foreclosure. If you need help with your real estate dispute, we would be happy to discuss your matter to see how we can help. Don't delay! Contact us Now.