Real Estate and Property Litigation Attorney in Maryland, Virginia, and DC

Maryland Lawsuit Property AttorneyProperty is often one of the most important assets owned by a business or an individual. Thus, property lawsuits are common in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC. A real estate or property related dispute can result in a costly disruption to an individual and to a business’s operations. Depending on the nature of the legal property dispute, the viability of the underlying investment may be threatened. An experienced real estate and property litigation attorney in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC can aggressively represent your interests and help guide you throughout process to put you in the best possible position. Longman & Van Grack’s Real Estate and Property Litigation Group represents commercial, industrial, and non-profit entities, real estate investors, developers, banks, lenders, property owners, receivers, property managers, landlords, brokers, appraisers, title insurers, escrow agents, and other real estate-related businesses with a diverse range of legal services throughout Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC. Our property law attorneys also represent parties as plaintiffs and defendants in all types of property lawsuits, including fence disputesadverse possession lawsuits, tree dispute lawsuits, and construction lawsuits in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC.

Given that Longman & Van Grack’s property attorneys regularly represent plaintiffs and defendants in a wide range of real estate actions, our real estate lawyers are highly adept at putting together a plan that in light of the circumstances, is most beneficial to you or your business. We meet with each of our clients at our offices in Rockville, Maryland, Bethesda, Maryland, Washington DC, and Northern Virginia. At Longman & Van Grack, our property attorneys are committed to seeing our clients succeed not just in the case at hand, but in their overall enterprise. So, our property lawyers we aggressively fight for our clients and always provide them counsel as to how a decision can impact their overall business goals. In commercial real estate disputes, this perspective often means advising our clients to pursue alternatives to litigation before heading to court. Alternatives to litigation exist in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC, including, but not limited to, negotiation and settlement, arbitration and mediation.

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In some situations, Longman & Van Grack’s attorneys have been able to facilitate negotiations between our clients and the other party or parties involved, and in doing so, the parties have come to a fair and final resolution in a very short amount of time. Formal mediation or arbitration are also options in real estate disputes, and our firm is just as skilled at representing your interests in these environments as we are in the courtroom. Our property lawyers have even held formal mediations at our Rockville and Bethesda Offices. Going to court is expensive and can be a lengthy process. Since litigation takes more time and money away from other core business priorities, we do our best to solve your problem using alternative methods. Unfortunately, sometimes litigation cannot be avoided. In these cases, Longman & Van Grack’s experienced real estate and property litigators will zealously represent clients in court.

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Commercial real estate lawsuits and property disputes in Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia are inherently complex as such matters require not only experience with litigation and court rules, but also thorough knowledge of real estate and contract law. It is important to retain a property attorney that has these qualifications and is in tune with the latest development in the law. These factors greatly impact the type and amount of recovery that is reasonable and in turn the appropriate way to approach the case. Longman & Van Grack’s real estate litigation attorneys possess these qualities.

Real Estate Dispute Lawyer Bethesda RockvilleThe property litigation attorneys at Longman & Van Grack regularly work with individuals and businesses regarding all types of property legal disputes. Our property lawyers have the experience to address all types of property disputes in court and out of court (including all alternative dispute resolutions, such a mediation. If you are a business person involved in a real estate lawsuit or property dispute, call Longman & Van Grack litigation attorneys today at (301) 291-5027 to schedule a consultation at our Maryland (Rockville and Bethesda) Offices, Northern Virginia, or District of Columbia Office.

 

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With Offices in Bethesda, MD and Rockville, MD, the attorneys at Longman & Van Grack assist clients throughout Washington, DC and Maryland including Montgomery County, Howard County, Prince George’s County, Chevy Chase, Darnestown, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Potomac, Silver Spring, and Wheaton.Hiring an attorney is an important decision which should not be based solely on advertising. The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters, and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.

With Offices in Maryland (Rockville or Bethesda), Virginia (Tysons Corner), and Washington, DC, the attorneys at Longman & Van Grack assist clients throughout Washington, DC and Maryland including Montgomery County, Howard County, Prince George's County, Chevy Chase, Darnestown, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Potomac, Silver Spring, and Wheaton. Hiring an attorney is an important decision which should not be based solely on advertising. The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters, and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.