Clarifying The Terms Of Your Real Estate Holdings

Real estate disputes are common and various. Issues arise over a wide array of concerns. There may be disagreement between neighbors about where a property's boundaries lie; an investor and a creditor may contest the precise amount of debt owed on certain parcel. It is often through quiet title actions that such matters are ultimately resolved.

With more than a decade of experience in this specific area of practice, the attorneys at Vinsko & Associates, P.C., are suited to help property owners in their disputes. Serving throughout Pennsylvania, we deftly assist our clients in their efforts to clearly demarcate the terms of real estate ownership.

A Wide Spectrum Of Legal Support

Simply put, a quiet title action seeks to "quiet" any disagreements concerning a piece of property and its use. Our lawyers are skilled enacting quiet title actions to resolve a wide range of ownership disputes, including:

  • Competing claims (wherein ownership itself is contested)
  • Title merges
  • Subdivisions
  • Quit claim deeds
  • Easements
  • Adverse possession
  • Torrens title registration
  • Fraudulent purchase or sale of a property
  • Boundary disputes
  • Tax sale actions
  • Surveying errors

Defining the terms of property ownership is essential. Doing so determines who is able to use a piece of real estate, how it will be used, and the financial obligations attached to it. Our lawyers possess a thorough understanding of the related case law, and work hard to help individuals throughout the Commonwealth clarify the terms of their holdings.

Resolve Your Title Disputes

To discuss your situation with an attorney, call our Wilkes-Barre office at 570-550-0815 or our Philadelphia office at 215-278-4767. You can also arrange a consultation online.