We represent both sides, the plaintiffs or the defendants, in property disputes. We handle issues regarding neighborhood disputes, such as nuisance or property line problems, but the main type of issue we handle involves the buying and selling of property. Lack of disclosure often plays a part. I handled one case a couple of years ago where a person got into a contract to sell their home and then changed their mind and wouldn’t vacate the house. We’ve also worked with clients to renegotiate the price or had to ask the sheriff to remove someone from the property. We can work with any of those issues.
The other thing that I’ve helped with is purchasing a business or a building. We can review your contract for your building to ensure that the contract has all the provisions necessary and that you are absolved of liability. I’ve been hired to draft whole contracts or just a particular provision for an individual. I worked for one client, a local service provider here in Arizona, who wanted a non-compete agreement drawn up to ensure that their employees don’t take their trade secrets and immediately work for a competitor. This type of narrowly tailored non-compete agreement is legally enforceable in Arizona. We can handle all sorts of contracts for purchasing or selling, narrow in scope or something broader.
What Is the Statute of Limitations Under Arizona Law for Filing a Civil Suit?
For filing a civil suit, the statute of limitations here in Arizona is typically two years.
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