Real Estate Title Dispute

Owning property is rewarding and generally a sound investment. However, real estate purchases can come with complex legal issues that can be both frustrating and costly.

Disputes can arise over a property's title insurance, which covers the property owner for any claims made against the property subsequent to the date of the policy. Without a clear title, a property's marketability is compromised.

In these situations, it is best to rely on an experienced real estate law firm that is proven capable of resolving even the most complicated or aggressively disputed matters.

At Stone-Siegel Law Firm in Santa Cruz, California, we represent parties involved in title disputes, including owners, sellers or buyers of residential and commercial property.

A Wealth Of Experience And Effective Results

Our Santa Cruz title litigation attorneys provide effective legal solutions that are customized to meet each client's unique needs. Our real estate attorneys have more than 70 years of cumulative experience assisting clients in Santa Cruz, Santa Clara and Monterey counties in the full scope of real estate title disputes and other problems that can affect your ownership rights, including:

  • Boundaries and easements
  • Liens
  • Adverse possession
  • Covenants
  • Quiet title
  • Zoning disputes

We initially work to resolve disputes efficiently through negotiations in order to avoid the time and expense of litigation. If a fair agreement cannot be reached amicably, however, our real estate lawyers are experienced litigators who prepare meticulously and who are always prepared to aggressively advocate on your behalf in court.

Contact Stone-Siegel For Experienced Title Dispute Representation

We welcome the opportunity to review the facts of your title dispute or other real estate matter. Our experience with such a broad array of cases allows us to accurately assess each case and provide straightforward answers as to what you might expect as an outcome.

Call 831-713-5773 or use our contact form to provide us more details about your case and schedule a consultation.