Real Estate Litigation In Asheville, Hendersonville & Surrounding Areas

A real estate dispute can be stressful and challenging to resolve. The most effective way to do so is with knowledgeable and experienced real estate lawyers familiar with various contentious issues. Real estate disputes are some of the most complex legal cases that require dedicated and reliable attorneys to resolve favorably. The examples of real estate disputes are endless, and there are often nuances in this type of law. The cause for many real estate disputes is an action completed by one party that decreases the value of another party’s property, who will seek compensation for the diminished value or cost to restore the property. If you or someone you know is facing a real estate dispute, whether residential or commercial, contact our litigation attorneys at The Van Winkle Law Firm to schedule an initial consultationtoday!

Common Real Estate Disputes

Various issues are handled under the umbrella of real estate law. A common topic for residential real estate disputes is a breach of sale agreements and misrepresentation of defects. We have extensive experience representing buyers and sellers and resolving these issues as efficiently as possible. In commercial real estate, disputes can vary from basic tenant issues to complex planning and construction neglect. Whether your case is a common real estate dispute or highly unusual, our team has the experience to help you resolve it.

Areas Of Focus

  • Environmental Review
  • Formation of Real Estate Ventures
  • Growth Policies
  • Historic Preservation
  • Land Use and Site Plan Approvals
  • Public/Private Partnerships
  • Permits Applications
  • Representation at Public Hearings
  • Special Use Permits
  • Zoning Changes and Variances

How Our Litigation Attorneys Can Help

The Van Winkle Law Firm represents developers and land owners in legal disputes stemming from encroachments, easements, boundary lines, erosion, title, and other land-related matters. In addition, we litigate on behalf of homeowners and property owners’ association boards to enforce restrictions, collect delinquent assessments, and draft and redraft covenants and by-laws. Our experienced and highly knowledgeable real estate attorneys understand how to navigate even the most complex real estate cases. For more information on your specific circumstance and how our lawyers can help you, contact us today to schedule an initial consultation.