A partition action has the ability to affect property rights dramatically. In some cases, it is the only way to resolve disputes between two or more co-owners. But there are also other methods of resolving disputes short of dividing land. A Seminole County partition attorney can help you bring or defend a partition action, or explore other options for resolving disputes among co-owners of property. Call Quattrochi and Torres at 407.452.4918 to schedule your consultation.
Here are some ways in which an attorney can help co-owners resolve disputes or divide jointly owned property:
- Finding a mediator who can help the owners resolve their disputes
- Hiring a third party to manage the property and act as a “tie-breaker” in disputes among co-owners
- Negotiating a buyout of one owner by the other
- Negotiating a partition without filing a lawsuit
- Selling the land to a third party and apportioning the profits among the co-owners
It is important to find the right solution for you and your property. It is also important to protect your legal rights at every step of the process. Whether you are buying, selling, parting, or negotiating, you have rights that are at stake. Your financial, legal, and property rights can all be dramatically affected by the steps taken to resolve disputes with a co-owner. Be sure that you have an experienced Florida real estate attorney advising you throughout the process.
The Right Attorneys for Florida Partition Actions
A partition action is a drastic legal step with the potential for dramatic consequences. Owners should have the advice of an experienced real estate attorney at all stages of partition proceedings. Whether you are bringing a partition action or defending one, the experienced Casselberry partition attorneys at Quattrochi and Torres can protect your property rights. Schedule your free consultation by calling 407.452.4918 or contact us online.