REAL PROPERTY LITIGATION IN FLORIDA
Real Estate Disputes
Estate planning is meant to make the allocation process after the death of a person easier. However, disputes often arise when it comes to dividing real property. Probate cases as well as trust cases can lead beneficiaries to this issue.
Difficulties often arise where a single parcel of real property is distributed to multiple joint owners. The joint owners may have differing ideas for future use of the property. This may give rise to a legal action to divide the property in a process called “partition.” In these cases, the property may be sold with each joint owner receiving their respective share of the proceeds.
Our firm also has experience in dealing with disputes between life estate holders and remaindermen. “Life estate” is a legal term used to designate ownership of property, but only for the length of time that a person is alive. In the event of death, the property goes to the remaindermen. Disputes can often arise between holders of life estate and the holders of the remainder interest. Determining real estate interests after the death of your loved one can be a complex issue, but the attorneys at our firm want to help you through the process.
Need help solving real estate disputes? Get help from a Stuart attorney!
Crary Buchanan has been trusted by hundreds of clients who need legal help with real property litigation. The attorneys at our firm are board certified, which makes all the difference when you’re looking to get the best results possible. Division of real estate is no small matter, so let our estate planning attorneys navigate this process for you. If you contact a Stuart attorney from our firm, you will be getting experience as well as compassion. As your lawyers, we will always fight for the best resolution to your real estate issues.
To discuss your case with a member of our legal team, call 888-899-9161 to request a consultation.