Experienced Delaware Real Estate Lawyers
Delaware is one of only a handful of states that requires the involvement of a lawyer in all real estate transactions. Before you sign a contract on a commercial or residential property in Delaware, it is vitally important to seek the guidance of an experienced real estate law attorney.
Since 1965, Woloshin, Lynch, Natalie and Gagne has represented first time and out of state home buyers, commercial and residential property owners and tenants in a full range of matters of real estate law including:
- Purchase, transfer and refinancing of property
- Commercial and residential closings
- Title policy issuance
- Litigation of property interest and boundary line disputes
- Landlord-tenant disputes
Services for Homeowner Associations and Condominium Boards
We routinely review documents and advise homeowner associations and condo boards as to their legal rights, remedies and responsibilities in a variety of matters, including collections from nonpaying members, contract enforcement and the litigation of disputes. We also offer a full range of business law services to these bodies.
Partition Actions: Dividing Property Between Domestic Partners
While partition actions may be necessary in a variety of situations, most of the cases we see arise during the dissolution of a domestic partnership/ We represent clients seeking to obtain their fair share in a mutually owned property. We also provide experienced and proactive council in the drafting of domestic partnership agreements that define each party's share of a property and which can help resolve any dispute that may arise in the future, before the property is purchased.
Resolving Disputes Between Landlords and Tenants
As an important part of our real estate law practice, the Delaware firm of Woloshin, Lynch, Natalie and Gagne has extensive experience representing commercial and residential landlords and tenants in a broad range of disputes, including:
- Representing landlords regarding nonpayment
- Representing tenants regarding unfair rent increases
- Representing tenants regarding failure to repair or harassment
- Representing Commercial landlords and tenants in contact disputes
One of the biggest mistakes a landlord or tenant can make is to resort to self help in resolving a dispute. The law may be on your side in the underlying matter but it can be easy to undermine your case by pursuing retaliatory actions if you feel you have been wronged or taken advantage of. You may find yourself having lost the chance to achieve a satisfactory result through proper channels. Contact us today for sound legal guidance in a free consultation.
The addition to these landlord-tenant disputes is not always a lawsuit. For example, if a dispute arises over a landlord' right to enter a tenant's apartment, a quick and cost effective approach may be to sit down and discuss the issue. At Woloshin, Lynch, Natalie and Gagne, we understand the importance of maintaining a cordial landlord-tenant relationship whenever possible.
When a dispute cannot be resolved through discussion or negotiation, it may become necessary to file a lawsuit. Keeping accurate and detailed documentation can be a key to winning your case. Our lawyers can guide you through the process of obtaining relevant evidence that may prove crucial to the success of your claim.
Before taking any action regarding a landlord-tenant dispute, it is important to discuss your rights and realistic legal options with an experienced attorney. Contact our offices in Wilmington or Middletown today to schedule an informative consultation at no cost.