Handling Your Real Estate Matters and Tackling Your Real Estate Disputes
When it comes to real estate, Elizabeth S. Ashley at the Ashley Law knows the art of the deal and how to fix a deal gone wrong.
When facing the stress of real estate litigation, retaining an attorney with substantial knowledge about Nevada property laws and civil litigation can lighten the burden.
By assertively applying more than 35 years of experience and extensive knowledge of all aspects of property rights, civil procedure, finance and business, Ashley Law can handle your transactional matters and disputes related to:
- Vacant Land purchase and sale contracts
- Residential Real Estate Law, including home purchase and sale contracts
- Quiet Title and Partition litigation
- Commercial Real Estate Law, including property purchase and sale contracts and leasing matters
- Real Estate Disclosure Law, including disputes regarding a seller’s duty to disclose defects in a home
- Homeowners’ Association disputes
- Commercial Landlord-Tenant leasing and disputes
- Property Management matters
- Boundary disputes
- Administrative claims against real estate professionals
- Disputes between Real Estate Licensees, including commission and procuring cause disputes
Saving Your Home From Wrongful Foreclosure
You worked hard to purchase your dream home. When unexpected circumstances occur that put your home at risk of foreclosure, you can take crucial steps to ensure your lender complies with its legal duties. We combine innovative strategies with fierce determination to defend your right to keep your home. When selling your home presents the better option, we guide you toward the most advantageous situation.
Some means of protecting your home include use of:
- Loan forbearance
- Short sale
- Deed in lieu of foreclosure
Defending Your Right Against Government’s Abuse of Power
Eminent domain is the power of the government to take private property for public use. The process involves condemnation of your property, appraisal of its value, an offer to purchase and negotiation for a fair price. If the government offers an unsatisfactory amount of compensation or your property was improperly designated for public use, you can sue to halt the eminent domain process or receive the compensation you deserve. I zealously protect clients’ property from eminent domain abuses.