The Law Office of Rodney W. Wickers Handles Real Property Disputes and Transactions
The firm is in the practice of reviewing carefully any title issues related to real estate transactions. We routinely provide advice and litigation support to clients who, for one reason or another, find themselves in the middle of a dispute related to a real estate transaction including, but not limited to, contract disputes, contract litigation, ownership problems, partition actions, and ambiguity in the language of transfer of real property. We also handle boundary, easement and right of way disputes for both developed and undeveloped properties.
COVID-19 NOTICE FOR OUR LAW OFFICE CLIENTS AND POTENTIAL LEGAL CLIENTS:
The Law Office of Rodney W. Wickers is taking all precautions necessary to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. As a result of the recent events, we initiated a plan to allow staff to work from home, which began on March 15, 2020. We will continue to work diligently on our client matters as we “shelter in place” at home. We will also continue to be available by telephone, electronic mail and Skype for current and new legal needs during normal “business” hours as we shelter in place. If you are a potential new client, and would like to schedule a meeting via telephone or Skype, please do not hesitate to contact us at (310) 540-2520 or at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a virtual meeting.
We intend to continue to provide efficient and professional legal services to our clients and look forward to this Coronavirus crisis coming to an end.
Attorney’s Can Help With Transferring Real Property and Modifications About Real Property Interests and Boundaries
All real property is transferred on the basis of a written agreement and modifications to those agreements should also be in writing.
We know that sometimes transactions get complicated, and become more drawn out, but we try to ensure that real estate transactions are closed the way parties intend.
In the rare event that the transaction becomes impossible, we file an appropriate litigation to make the transaction successful.