Real Estate Litigation
Ohio Real Estate Litigation Lawyers
James E. Arnold & Associates, LPA, is a Columbus, Ohio law firm that also serves the Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Dayton areas. We focus on trial practice for both individuals and corporate clients, including real estate litigation.
Real estate disputes can often dramatically affect an organization’s ability to maintain forward progress on a major project. When the need arises, it is crucial that you seek the counsel of our skilled real estate litigation lawyers. We can carefully examine your situation and provide insight into your options through legal channels including mediation and litigation.
At James E. Arnold & Associates, LPA, our attorneys have extensive experience guiding clients through the full range of real estate disputes. Real estate disputes can result in costly delays and strained professional relationships. We strive to resolve these matters in the most efficient, cost-effective manner possible. Depending on the circumstances of your case, our goal is to handle the case well before you suffer a loss in productivity. Do not hesitate to contact our firm to learn more about your legal options.
Residential and Commercial Real Estate Dispute Lawyers
Clients trust our firm to provide exceptional service and personal attention through the gamut of real estate litigation, including:
- Eminent domain or condemnation
- Contract disputes
When facing a real estate matter, it is wise to consult with an experienced litigator. We will attempt to resolve the matter through mediation or negotiation, but it is not uncommon for alternative methods of dispute resolution to fall short. If a beneficial settlement is not forthcoming, we are confident in our ability to aggressively represent you through courtroom litigation.
If you have concerns regarding business and commercial litigation, real estate litigation or any other referenced practice area, contact James E. Arnold & Associates, LPA. Our lawyers represent clients in the state of Ohio including Columbus, Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Dayton.