Title Claims And Disputes — Property Owners

In some situations, title issues for individual property owners differ from those of insurers.

Property Lines, Access, Construction Defects, Buy-Sell Agreements

Differing perspectives may have to do with legal arguments over property lines, access to roads on property, easements and encroachments (essentially, arguments over the lawful use of another's land), and determination of priority of lenders (such as in cases of mechanic's liens and superior rights arguments).

Other matters involving property owners could include situations concerning faulty or defective construction or design. At still other times, a property owner may seek general representation for buying and selling their house or business to make sure all appropriate documents are obtained, signed and fulfilled.

As experienced attorneys, we at McMullan & Brown have the knowledge and perseverance necessary to effectively assist you with your real estate issues. Preservation of the value of your property will not just be your concern if you work with us. Our interests will be aligned with yours. In this way, you will be reassured of our commitment to fight for the most favorable outcome attainable in your case.

Customized Fee Structures — Dedicated Advocacy

Our fee structure is reasonable to help in that preservation. Depending on the facts of your case, we may represent you on a contingency basis, an hourly basis or with a hybrid fee structure.

Allow us to evaluate your case and determine how we can help you protect your rights in a title claim or dispute. Contact us to learn what McMullan & Brown can do for you.