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Real Estate Litigation

Real Estate LitigationAt Davis Miles McGuire Gardner, we have the knowledge and hard-earned experience to execute the strategy, planning, and closure of nearly any real estate transaction — large or small, for personal, investment, or other use.

No matter the size or scope of your goal, it’s essential that you have the proper counsel and are educated on your rights. We offer deep expertise and clear, effective communication to help our clients navigate a broad range of real estate legal fields such as:

  • Entity Formation and Structuring (on-shore and off-shore)
  • Joint Ventures
  • Real Estate Debt and Equity Capital Markets
  • Fund Formation and Administration
  • Land Use, Environmental and Regulatory Statues
  • Data Centers
  • Leasing
  • Loan Servicing
  • Hotels and Resort Acquisition and Management
  • Financing
  • Asset and Property Management
  • Non-performing Loan Acquisitions, Dispositions, and Workouts
  • Property Law
  • Easement Disputes
  • Foreclosures
  • Injuries
  • Insurance
  • Mortgages
  • Warranties
  • Property Taxes
  • Estate Taxes

In today’s complex markets, real estate challenges and opportunities span larger than ever before. Be sure that your counsel is not only knowledgeable and experience, but also savvy and personable. We’re here to help you achieve your goals, the right way.

Call our team of real estate attorneys today at (480) 733-6800 for a confidential consultation.

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