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Involved in a commercial real estate dispute?

In the Dallas Metroplex, real estate concerns are hopping. After the pandemic, people are finally ready, willing and able to lease and purchase real estate again. Unfortunately, this activity has led to disputes cropping up. If this has happened to you, what are your options?

There are four main ways to resolve a commercial real estate dispute: negotiation, mediation, arbitration and trial. Which one is right for you depends in part on whether your agreement specifies a dispute resolution mechanism. Other than that, you probably want the most cost effective solution.

What is cost effective?

It’s true that negotiation and mediation are generally less expensive than litigation, but that may not always be the case. When dealing with an intractable dispute, you may wish to file suit immediately.

At Kaplan & Cruz, PLLC, we are experienced trial attorneys with a handle on Texas real estate law. We can work with you in any dispute resolution mechanism, no matter how straightforward or complex. We handle a wide variety of real estate disputes for commercial and residential clients, including:

  • Breach of purchase and sale agreement
  • Development disputes
  • Construction disputes
  • Broken leases
  • Other landlord-tenant disputes
  • Homeowner association disputes
  • Title issues
  • Zoning and land use issues
  • Boundary disputes
  • Eminent domain and condemnation
  • Property tax matters

Ideally, you would have your agreement drafted by an experienced attorney who could help prevent disputes in the first place. A good agreement is half the battle. However, disputes do arise in the best of circumstances. When one does, your attorney from Kaplan & Cruz will work tenaciously to resolve it favorably and efficiently.

If you have become involved in a real estate dispute, it’s crucial to have a strong legal advocate on your side. That means a lawyer who is prepared to go to trial, if necessary. Let us protect your rights and interests.