The Right Legal Advice Matters
Real Estate Law: Property laws and property rights influence our lives every day. If we fail to notice them, it’s only because they’re so common to us, and—hopefully—we are on the right side of them.
Even if you are not being sued by someone, or hoping to sue someone, there are countless services our real estate lawyers provide to clients that go beyond litigation. The investment required of any real estate endeavor makes consulting one of our attorneys a wise decision. From the sheer volume of documentation that accompanies a real estate transaction to the complex and specialized language that explains it, our real estate attorneys are prepared to navigate you safely and sanely through the headaches and pitfalls of the deal, no matter how big or small.
Learn more about how we can help you with any legal Real Estate issues:
- Premises Liability
- Utah Real Estate
- Lease Agreements – Important Clauses to Remember
- Brokerage relationships (Att. Hepworth is also a Principal Real Estate Broker)
- Property Boundary Disputes
Many real estate agreements provide for the payment of attorney fees when there is a dispute. This makes it possible to recover the costs of litigation if you win.
When to Hire a Real Estate Attorney to Help You With Your Real Estate Dispute
There are many sources of disputes over real estate. Real estate disputes often involve a complex bundle of rights between a variety of stakeholders, including neighboring landowners, homeowners associations, city and county zoning boards, and Federal land managers.
Here are a few examples of common real estate disputes: You may have a boundary dispute with your neighbor. Perhaps your neighbor built on your side of the property line?
- You may have an agreement to sell your property, but the buyer backed out without a good reason.
- You may have a dispute over easements or restrictive covenants.
- You may have a dispute with a home-owners association regarding the use of your property.
- You may have purchased property and discovered that there was a latent defect that the seller or builder failed to disclose.
- You may have a trespasser or squatter on your property.
- If you have a dispute involving real estate, you should call an attorney to review your case. You may be entitled to compensation to vindicate your property rights.
Why Use a Real Estate Attorney?
Hepworth Legal has experienced attorneys that can give you answers to your real estate questions. We fight hard to vindicate your rights, including compensation when your rights are violated.
We are large enough to have the resources to professionally handle your difficult real estate cases. However, we are not too big. We know our clients by name and offer a personal touch to every case. We have a small, but devoted, clientele and work very hard to bring them justice.
If you are involved in a real estate dispute call us today at (801) 895-4408 to schedule a consultation.