Skillful Handling Of Your Challenging Real Estate Matter

When a property is jointly owned, the owners may need legal guidance to resolve a dispute. In these complex real estate matters, it is wise to seek the counsel of an experienced attorney who can help you through the legal process.

Partner Attorney James A. Vevone II is highly experienced in real estate matters. Mr. Vevone II is a graduate of the Cornell University and Georgetown University Law Center. He has successfully handled matters pertaining to conveyancing, leasing, land use and zoning, title insurance, secured lending, along with representing area lenders and borrowers in commercial and residential loan transactions.

At Seder & Chandler, LLP, we have built a reputation for thorough preparation, dedicated service and individual attention. We understand that many real estate disputes can be complicated by long-standing family disagreements or conflicts regarding how best to care for a property. It is our goal to guide clients through the process in the most efficient, professional manner possible.

One common cause for joint ownership centers on inheritance. When multiple siblings or other surviving loved ones all retain a share of a property, numerous disputes can arise years or decades after the original inheritance. When owners disagree about selling the property, they must file a petition for partition. The process can become complicated rather quickly as all interested parties will retain their own counsel.

Whether the goal is to force the other owner(s) to sell, to divide the property equally amongst the owner(s) or to force the sale of the property to divide the profits, our firm stands ready to provide the strong representation you need. In Worcester or communities throughout Massachusetts, we invite you to schedule a consultation with a lawyer to discuss your legal challenges and goals.