Arizona Property Line Disputes: What to Do When Your Neighbor Crosses the Line


Depending on the location of your home, boundary disputes are common in the real estate market. What do you do when a neighbor crosses your line and starts working on their property? How can you legally establish your property boundaries? What should you do if there’s a dispute over where one person’s land ends and another person’s begins? These property line legal disputes can have

When Arizona Commercial Real Estate Businesses Should Hire Litigation Attorneys

Commercial real estate businesses in Arizona should hire litigation lawyers when they discover a legal problem. Ideally, they should work with legal representation early on to avoid problems. If you do file a lawsuit, Arizona commercial real estate lawyers can help you build a case strategy. In this article, Anthony Law Group describes eight everyday situations where you need an Arizona commercial real estate attorney.

5 Reasons for Arizona Businesses to Hire a Commercial Real Estate Attorney

Can a Quitclaim Deed Be Contested?

Commercial real estate is a large investment that innately comes with a certain amount of risk. Add in the overall complexity of commercial real estate transactions, and you’ve got a recipe for potential setbacks and costly mistakes. While the risks of a commercial real estate investment cannot be completely avoided, you can take more control back by strategically navigating the process with an experienced commercial

Commercial Real Estate Laws That Arizona Business Owners Need to Know About

Many investors find the prospect of commercial real estate attractive. A well-managed commercial structure with trustworthy, long-term tenants may be quite lucrative for the landlord, and it is almost certainly a route to financial security. But, despite its many benefits, there are a few things to think about for real estate investors considering a purchase when it comes to commercial real estate law in Arizona

Why Home Inspections Should not be Waived When Purchasing a House

With a bustling real estate industry and competition for properties rising, it has become commonplace to seek any advantage possible to elevate their offer. For many buyers, this equates to waiving anything possible to present an appealing package to sellers. One thing that should never be waived, however, is the home inspection. In fact, buyers should do everything in their power to fully complete their

Finding and Dealing with “Clouds on Titles” to Real Property

Buying real property is a complex process that can sometimes result in unwelcome surprises. Issues with titles are among the most frustrating of these. Buyers must always ensure that the title of the property in question is clear of any complications that might “cloud” or negatively impact the ownership of the property. Known as “cloud on title”, these problems can impact the ability of the

Breaking a Commercial Lease: Everything You Need to Know

Commercial Lease Disputes Breaking or terminating a commercial lease can be complicated. Our attorneys can help ensure the process is as smooth as possible. Why do commercial leases need to be broken? There are a variety of reasons that lead to commercial lease termination. Tenants sometimes find that their companies simply are not generating the revenue necessary to stay in business, or perhaps they come

Can You Sue a Business Partner?

Help With Business Dispute Resolution While no one starts a business relationship with the intent of souring the relationship and suing their partner, sometimes doing just that is the only possible remedy to protect yourself and avoid further conflict. This is especially true if the partner in question has harmed your reputation or your business’ reputation or has taken some other action to undermine the

I Have a Business Partner That is Committing Fraud.

Commercial Lease Disputes

What to do When Your Business Partner is Committing Fraud In general, a partnership is designed to ensure that all parties share wins and losses equally. This includes making decisions that are for the best of all partners, not just for a single individual. In many cases, this form of business works quite well. In others, however, things can quickly sour and put the business

Dealing with a Bad Business Partner

Judicial Process of Probate

I have a business partner that is not including me in the key decisions. Establishing a business can be quite difficult, and partnerships are often easier to enter into than incorporating. With that said, there are also some caveats that can make this option less than desirable. It is important to understand your rights as well as how to enforce them if you find yourself

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