Real Estate Dispute Attorneys

Representing Businesses in Real Estate Conflicts

Purchasing real estate is an investment in your future. This is true whether you are purchasing a family home, rental property, or business asset. With so much money at stake, you must make every effort to ensure all aspects of a real estate transaction are accurate and legal. Otherwise, you may find yourself embroiled in a complex legal battle to make things right.

Our real estate dispute lawyers at Potts Law Firm can partner with you to ensure your deal is consistent with your business’s objectives and executed successfully. We have considerable experience navigating transactions of all scopes and can help you overcome a wide variety of obstacles that could arise. If necessary, we will represent you in litigation and do everything possible to secure a favorable result.

If you need assistance with a real estate transaction or conflict, schedule a free initial consultation by contacting us online or calling (888) 420-1299. Our firm offers same-day appointments and provides services in English and Spanish.

Who Does Potts Law Firm Represent in Real Estate Disputes?

No matter what role you are playing in a real estate transaction, you deserve sophisticated representation. It is always wise to have seasoned lawyers on your side who can help you understand the fine print and advocate for you should conflicts develop.

Our real estate dispute attorneys routinely represent:

  • Owners
  • Developers
  • Investors
  • Landlords
  • Limited liability companies (LLCs)
  • Other business entities

What Kinds of Real Estate Experience Does Potts Law Firm Offer?

Our team is made up of talented legal professionals who understand the complexities that go into any real estate project. Whether you are negotiating a purchase or are making an investment in a condominium, you can count on us to be pragmatic and cost-sensitive when handling your transaction.

We have tremendous experience with:

  • Retail centers
  • Residential subdivisions
  • Medical centers
  • Landlord-tenant problems
  • Deeds
  • Sale agreements
  • Loan applications
  • Title disputes

Common Types of Real Estate Disputes

Buyers and sellers have obligations to one another as they move through a proposed real estate transaction. These responsibilities should be defined in the purchase and sale agreement and honored throughout the closing process, which will ideally go smoothly and expeditiously. Unexpected complications or malicious actions can jeopardize the transaction, create conflict, and potentially warrant litigation. Disputes can also emerge in other settings if there are disagreements over ownership of a property or between landlords and tenants.

We are prepared to assist you with a wide range of disputes, including:

  • Breaches of Contract. A buyer or seller could breach the purchase and sale agreement if they fail to carry out any of the responsibilities contained in the agreement.
  • Breaches of Fiduciary Duty. A breach of fiduciary duty could occur if a real estate agent acts negligently or puts their interests ahead of the person they are meant to be representing.
  • Title Disputes. Though a buyer may perform title checks, purchase title insurance, and make efforts to cure any known defects, another party may appear at any point – even after the transaction has closed – and claim some ownership over a property. Conflicts could involve disputes over easements, liens, boundaries, or even outright ownership.
  • Failure to Disclose a Defect. Sellers and landlords are generally required to disclose known problems, or “defects,” to prospective buyers and tenants, respectively. Disputes can emerge if defects are later discovered that a seller knew or should have reasonably known about.
  • Landlord-Tenant Disputes. Conflicts may involve nonpayment of rent, the return of security deposits, property damage, habitability issues, noise concerns, safety disclosures, repairs (including who pays for them), and breaking a lease.

Do not hesitate to call (888) 420-1299 or contact us online if you have questions about how to approach a real estate dispute or any element of a commercial transaction.

Why Potts Law Firm?

When you become involved in a real dispute, you need a legal team you can depend on. For us, it’s all about our power, reach, and results. We have recovered over $1 billion for our clients through litigation, and our eight locations throughout the United States allow us to assist you no matter where you are located. No matter your part in the conflict or the disagreement’s complexity, you can rest assured our real estate dispute lawyers will give you the responsive support and aggressive advocacy required to prevail.


If you are unsure if you have a case, don’t hesitate to call us today for a free consultation. Our team of experienced attorneys are ready to review your claim and fight for you.

Frequently Asked Questions about Real Estate Disputes

  • Q:Why Do I Need a Lawyer to Help with My Commercial Real Estate Transaction?


    If your business is going to flourish, you will need legal professionals to be there for you at all stages of the commercial real estate progress. You should assume that the other party in a real estate dispute will have considerable legal resources. When you hire your own experienced attorney, you get an advocate who can research your options and help you understand your rights when an obstacle appears. A lawyer can assist you in negotiations and make every effort to avoid litigation. They can also aggressively fight for you if a court battle becomes unavoidable.

  • Q:How Should I Go About Business Planning Before Pursuing a Commercial Real Estate Transaction?


    Before you and a group of individuals come together to purchase real estate, get legal advice on how you want to form your business, from a simple partnership to a corporation. Even family members who are bringing resources together to make an investment in real estate as a commercial operation should have a legal advocate to establish legal protections and help facilitate healthy relations in the long run. Setting up your business correctly before you purchase real estate will typically make things much easier down the road.


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    - Stephen P.
  • “Michael Bins has been extremely helpful in helping us to navigate a situation with an insurance claim on a commercial property. He’s gone above and beyond in moving our case toward a positive resolution that we’re satisfied with.”

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  • “They know the law from every angle, dig deep, and will not accept anything less than what was asked in the original suit. The Potts team never backed down until the case was settled in full.”

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