When Mediation Could Work For Our Real Estate Case

Tierney Law Group

Whether you have purchased property or are having a dispute regarding repairs that need to be made to an existing property, it is likely you may be considering taking the matter to court. However, should you select this option, it will be costly as well as time-consuming. To avoid this scenario, mediation may be a better option. Less formal, open to various solutions, and a process that can be kept confidential, it can be very effective for various real estate matters. If you are interested in pursuing this option, consult with Pleasanton real estate lawyers at the Tierney Law Group.

Misrepresentation of Property

If you are involved in a situation where you bought property that had issues not fully disclosed to you by the previous owner, you may want to consider mediation. In most cases, the matter in dispute may involve repairs that need to be made or other similar circumstances. Whatever the case may be, you will have the chance to sit down with your attorney from the Tierney Law Group being present and attempt to reach a solution.

Paying for Repair or Other Costs

In some situations, a dispute may arise where one party refuses to pay for repairs or will not pay their share of the repair costs. These matters, which usually involve tenant/landlord disputes or those where a property has been recently sold, are well-suited for mediation services. By having a neutral third-party conduct the discussion and offer various suggestions to both parties, it becomes much easier to solve a problem that may have seemed insurmountable.

Since real estate matters often involve complex issues and large amounts of money, it is crucial any disputes be resolved as quickly as possible and to everyone’s satisfaction. To start on the path to mediation, schedule your consultation today with Pleasanton real estate lawyers at the Tierney Law Group.

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