Experienced Real Estate Attorneys Handling Condominium Litigation for Milwaukee Property Owners
Also Serving the Areas of Janesville, Madison, Green Bay, Wausau, Waukesha, Racine, and Kenosha
Real estate transactions represent a significant investment for the parties involved. A breach of contract, construction flaw, or controversial bylaw can quickly undermine the value of a property or one’s desire to live there. Recognizing the need to protect our client’s investment and peace of mind, our attorneys are committed to negotiation as a way to settle real estate disputes without engaging in costly, lengthy litigation. While we prepare each case for litigation, we are also skilled negotiators who identify common ground that leverages our client’s interests without compromising on principle. Each case is different and each client has different objections. At Kerkman Wagner & Dunn, we have the experience, skill and ability to meet your objectives even if that means working toward a quick resolution.
Disputes involving the construction, condition, or administration of real estate property and condominiums often involve a failure to honor contractual obligations. At the law firm of Kerkman Wagner & Dunn, our lawyers work closely with condominium associations, boards, developers, contractors, and home buyers and sellers in cases involving real estate litigation. When necessary we consult engineers, architects, materials specialists and other experts in identifying construction defects that compromise the integrity of a structure. In issues related to contractual obligations and bylaws, we protect and assert our client’s rights regarding purchase agreements, condominium covenants, and homeowner association contracts.
Real Estate Litigation and Breach of Contract
The law office of Kerkman Wagner & Dunn represents associations, condominium boards, real estate developers, and homeowners in regard to the following kinds of issues:
- Condominium bylaws and declarations
- Condominium covenants
- Indemnification of condominium board
- Deviation from blue prints by contractor
- Construction defects
- Issues associated with real estate condition report
- Title claims and deeds / liens
- Non-disclosure of environmental hazards
Avoiding Costly, Lengthy Litigation
The cost of a breach of contract or construction defect can be significant. Don’t risk shouldering full liability – contact real estate litigation lawyers at Kerkman Wagner & Dunn today.