If you need a real estate litigation lawyer in Washington, D.C., Eric Siegel Law may be exactly what you’re looking for. Here is a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) to help you decide.
What, exactly, is a real estate litigation lawyer and why might I need one?
Real estate, particularly real estate investment, can get complicated. Everything from zoning and zoning variances through how the property in question is financed for both your purchase and your development is subject to a myriad of rules and laws. You need a lawyer who knows the local ropes to be sure all the details are covered to your satisfaction.
Can you give me an example of what you’re talking about?
Yes, there are several:
These are just a few of the possible issues. Note they can occur anything from the purchase of the property through construction and on to post construction and even after a sale.
How do issues like these actually get solved?
It depends. In theory each can be resolved through negotiation. That often requires a skilled negotiator who is familiar with the issues, their possible ramification, and, of course, the rules and regulations involved. If negotiation doesn’t work lawsuits and/or enforcement of the law or both may ensue. In any case, a skilled and knowledgeable real estate litigation attorney can often help you avoid such issues in the first place and/or provide solid advice and help when it is required.
How long has Eric Segal been working in real estate litigation?
Eric has been active in both real estate investment and real estate litigation for over 30 years. His firm has an excellent reputation and track record.
What you need is a local real estate litigation lawyer Washington, D.C. trusts, who is thoroughly familiar with both local regulations and understands how each law actually works in the local area.
When it comes to real estate litigation, Eric Siegel Law is such a firm. They have been active in real estate deals for investors in Washington D.C. for more than three decades. This is the kind of expertise you want and need.