Real Estate Litigation
GSHWM’s Real Estate Litigation Practice combines the firm’s extensive real estate knowledge with our litigation experience to provide our clients with value-added and industry-focused representation. Working together, our real estate litigators and transactional attorneys efficiently assess the root cause of the dispute and diagnose the best path forward to provide our clients with clarity, closure and the best financial outcome possible.
Developers, landlords, commercial property owners, real-estate partnerships and homeowners are among those we represent in a wide range of real-estate disputes. We handle matters concerning building appraisals, construction defects, contested easements, and disputes between lenders, owners and developers of office buildings, industrial sites, multi-family developments and residential communities.
Whenever possible, our real estate litigation attorneys work to find alternative resolutions for disputes outside of the courtroom for the benefit of our clients and all parties involved. When progression to court is unavoidable, our experienced team handles the trial with transparent communication and skillful advocacy, resolving the case with the best result possible for our clients.
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Real Estate Litigation News
- What Every Parent of College Aged Children Needs to Know: Essential Estate & Financial Planning Documents for your Children By: Bradley R. CoppedgeATLANTA (September 25, 2023) – As parents, we always have our children’s best interests at the forefront of our minds. And we usually try to do anything we can for our children. However, many might take for granted the authority we have had … Read more
- Real Estate Matters June 2023Partner Clyde Mize was featured in the June issue of The Atlantan as a “Power Player” because of his professional accomplishments and commitment to his community. We are proud to have Clyde on the GSHWM team! State of the Market It’s officially … Read more
- Notification Provided by FANS System Allows for Immediate Action to Address Potential Fraud By: Drew WartonATLANTA (March 23, 2023) – Like other states, Georgia has been experiencing a rise in fraud with regard to both real and personal property. While some of this fraud has specifically targeted rental properties or vacant parcels where the owner is not located … Read more