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Experienced Real Estate Attorneys

Sibley Cox real estate attorneys have experience in helping clients with hundreds of real estate issues. These include property taxes, damages, repairs, HOA issues, property liens and title disputes. The firm knows all areas of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. When Sibley Cox act as your real estate attorneys, you have peace of mind about your deal.

If you have a needs for representation related to property or land, such as:

  • Contracts for Sale
  • Property Acquisition
  • Easements
  • Eminent Domain
  • Title Disputes
  • Lease Disputes
  • Property Litigation
  • Adverse Possession
  • HOA Administration

Why You May Need a Real Estate Attorney

Whether you’re acquiring properties or own property and issues arise, Sibley Cox has closed hundreds of deals and litigated dozens of real estate cases. Consequently, Sibley Cox real estate attorneys assist with any property disputes in court. Finally, our experience counts in title disputes with multiple ownership claims and lease disputes.

Common Real Estate Transaction Questions

There are many situations that might require a real estate attorney, such as:

Are you acquiring/selling property?  An online form can do the deal.  However, assistance by a Sibley Cox attorney can protect you from potentially contentious issues later. Noteworthy problems include schedules for payments and defining responsibility for costs like property taxes, damages, and repairs.

Are you facing eminent domain or easements on a property? Sibley Cox attorneys help you deal with governmental entities demanding whole or partial takes of land. The government will low ball your property value.  You have a right to take them to court to receive best value for your property.

Someone claims they own my property. What do I do? It’s called adverse possession and you need legal help to ensure you can eliminate spurious claims. Inaction on your part may result in loss of your property.

Are you involved with an HOA association, or would you like to stop one?  Sibley Cox has represented HOA associations as counsel, and also worked with property owners in disputes with their association. HOAs attach liens and can even foreclose your property. Skilled Sibley Cox real estate attorneys know these issues and guide you through the process.