Protecting Your Rights And Your Future

Why You Need An Attorney For Real Estate Litigation

Purchasing a home or other type of property is a serious undertaking. With the amount of money and numerous critical details involved, it is a good idea to work with an experienced New Jersey real estate attorney.

At Hanlon Dunn Robertson, we represent buyers, sellers, property owners and other parties in real estate litigation. If you are engaged in a dispute with another party, it is imperative that you speak with a real estate lawyer as soon as possible before the dispute escalates. Attorney Gerard E. Hanlon is a certified civil trial attorney by the New Jersey Supreme Court. He has the experience and knowledge to litigate real estate disputes and protect your rights and interests. You can learn more about how we can assist you with your real estate needs by arranging a free consultation.

We Are Here For You When Disputes Arise

While we strive to resolve disputes through negotiation or alternative dispute resolution, we will be prepared to take your case to court when that is in your best interest. With our experience in and out of the courtroom, you can be certain we know when to take cases to court and when to negotiate. We will thoroughly explain your options to you so that you can make an informed decision about how to move forward.

Real estate litigation spans a broad range of issues and disputes, including:

  • Land use
  • Variances
  • Zoning
  • Adverse possession
  • Homeowner disputes
  • Boundaries, property lines and fence lines
  • Easements
  • Contracts
  • Titles
  • Failure to disclose defects

This is not a complete list; please contact us to discuss your specific real estate needs.

Work With Attorneys Who Understand Your Concerns

Our attorneys know that real estate litigation is stressful and that it may be delaying a purchase or sale. We work diligently to resolve these matters efficiently, and we keep clients updated throughout the process. Speak with one of our caring, knowledgeable attorneys by calling our Morris County office at 973-756-2927 or completing our intake form. Your consultation is free.