Real Estate Litigation
Goldstein Law is a business-minded law firm that is engaged by property owners, commercial tenants, property managers, and real estate representatives to assist with a variety of real estate disputes. As an experience property lawyer, property manager, and property owner, Goldstein Law has a breadth of experience to advise on real estate litigation disputes.
Experience In Different Real Estate Litigation Disputes
We work with residential and commercial purchasers, vendors, landlords, tenants, and real estate agents. Our expertise relates primarily to the following:
- > Aborted purchase and sale transactions;
- > Pre-construction condo disputes;
- > Expropriation law disputes;
- > Enforcement of agreements of purchase and sale;
- > Financing issues;
- > Commercial landlord and tenant disputes; and
- > Lease terminations
Our Toronto Real Estate Litigation Lawyers Are Experienced With All Types Of Property Disputes and Claims.
Real Estate disputes happen with residential, commercial and construction property. Hiring the right litigation lawyer who specializes in estate litigation is your best step to having a successful outcome in your real estate dispute. We work diligently at all stages of the process, whether it be mediation, arbitration or litigation, our counsel will ensure that your home or business property is handled properly and effectively.
Whether you’re faced with an issue of closing, fraud, defects or tax, our legal knowledge, expertise and experience will ensure that we can provide you with the best possible services available.
Contact An Experienced Real Estate Litigation Lawyer
When it comes to real estate disputes and litigation or expropriation law, we will help you understand and fight alongside you for your rights. If you have any questions or would like to understand more about our services, please contact us today at 647-838-6740 or email Jeff Goldstein at email@example.com for a free consultation on your matter.
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