Getting in touch with a real estate lawyer from Farah Law Firm is the first step in giving you the asset protection you need. Don’t discover the value of such services after the fact.
The process of any real estate transaction can be a complicated one that brings with it conflict between the concerned parties. This can be between buyer and seller, involve the realtor or be connected to some other aspect of the situation. Regardless of what the circumstances are, the likelihood of litigation rises considerably.
Avoiding that messy situation is possible by using Farah Law Firm to handle mediation services for your situation. One of the benefits of mediation is that a decision on any disputes can be reached much more quickly. That means that the prospect of having to pay for legal services over a long stretch of time is eliminated.
The mediator won’t offer any legally-binding agreement, but they’ll be able to at least narrow the points of contention. This will allow for a more focused perspective on differences that can often make forging a subsequent agreement much more possible.
Making your case when it comes to a situation involving this area of the law is important, due to the high costs of most properties and the money that can be involved in such disputes. Those potentially high stakes and the additional legal costs that would ordinarily be a component of a typical conflict require someone with both a strong legal background that’s well-versed in the area of real estate.
Ordinary litigation can be dragged out for years and attempting to deal with a mediator can be a time-consuming process as well. That’s because frequent interaction is required in order to send and receive possible solutions to the problem at hand. Most people don’t have time within the scope of their busy life to properly handle this type of situation or simply don’t want to deal with the stomach-churning stress that can be part of such negotiations.
One important factor that someone considering mediation services needs to remember is that there’s a distinct difference between this and going to arbitration. In the latter case, the final decision is accorded the same strength as any legal verdict, while mediation merely attempts to find a middle ground that’s amenable to both parties.
Farah Law Firm has the background to properly serve in this particular capacity. We can offer a unique perspective that eliminates the emotional aspects that can tend to overwhelm such negotiations. The helps lead to a more amenable decision for both sides.
So when looking for real estate mediation services you can trust, contact us at the Farah Law Firm and we’ll give an honest assessment of your circumstances.
*Please note: Due to the costs involved and the favorability of land in Texas per contract and common law, we currently are not accepting residential tenant defense cases.