Do you have a dispute regarding the ownership and possession of a property between one or more parties? A quiet title can be used to resolve disputes between parties who are all seeking to claim an interest in the property in question. This action asks the court to establish the actual owner of the property, essentially “quieting” challenges or other adverse claims to a property’s title once and for all. If you are facing a title dispute or anticipate a dispute, it is important that you consult an attorney in order to protect your rights.
Quiet titles may be necessary in the following scenarios:
At Ridgeway Law, we have experience representing co-owners, co-borrowers, and other parties in quiet title claims. Our Vista quiet title attorney is a zealous advocate who fights strategically and diligently for each client. We have an intimate knowledge of real estate laws, its various applications, and how to effectively protect our clients’ rights. Each case strategy is prepared thoroughly with extensive research into title histories. Our goal is to resolve your dispute in a fair, cost-efficient manner that is in your best interests.
The plaintiff seeking a quiet title action has the burden of proving his or her claim to the title, including presenting clear facts and descriptions supporting the claim. We can help our clients thoroughly review titles and conduct a detailed analysis on a title’s history. Preparation, hard work, and a creative understanding of laws are keys to prevailing in a quiet title action.
To learn more about quiet titles, call our office at (760) 513-6161.
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