Protecting Property Interests Through a Quiet Title Action

Imagine that you are the heir to your grandmother’s estate. You cared deeply for your grandmother in the years leading up to her death. Due to her deteriorating health, she moved into your home before her eventual passing. The family home became vacant and began to fall into disrepair while she lived in your home. […]
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The Six Ways Realtors Can Resolve Distressed Property Situations

Carol is a realtor friend of mine with whom I recently told me about lost real estate sales. She was trying to carve out a niche in distressed properties, but encountered recurring roadblocks that were costing lots of time. The problems often start the same – she will locate a prospective seller of a property […]
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Victory for Victim of Real Estate Fraud

Court of Common Pleas Judge Gene Cohen rendered an award in favor of a Philadelphia resident caught up in an unfortunate title dispute. Our client engaged us when she discovered that an investment property she purchased was previously sold to another buyer. Both our client and the prior purchaser were caught up in this dispute […]
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