We handle real estate, land use, estate and probate and commercial litigation. We bring decades of experience trying cases in court and before arbitrators. Our goal is to provide clients with an honest evaluation of what is likely to happen when proceeding through a trial or arbitration and after, on appeal. The type of litigation we handle involves complex areas of the law. It requires a studious and practical approach. As an example, real estate and land use cases involve ancient principles of law that still apply in the modern courtroom. Sometimes our estate cases involve breaches of common law duties—the case law in this area extends back for centuries. It takes skill to effectively present these types of cases. We believe we have the skill, background and tenacity to get our clients a fair and just result.
Some of the specific types of cases we handle include boundary line disputes, zoning and subdivision cases against municipalities, adverse possession claims, property deed cases, easement cases, trespass matters, conservation land disputes, probate court cases, litigation involving trusts and estates, shareholder cases, business partner disputes, partition actions and claims involving discontinued and abandoned roads. We also litigate and resolve construction law claims.