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Kirwan Law Firm, P.C.
Syracuse Business and Civil Litigation Law Firm

Experienced Real Estate Litigation Attorney

At Kirwan Law, we provide skilled representation in litigation involving residential and commercial real estate and property rights in Syracuse and throughout upstate New York.

Though any type of litigation is complex, real estate litigation can prove especially challenging due to the web of local, county and state laws that govern these disputes. We are well-versed in the statutes and ordinances that affect property rights and real property transactions of all types. We have the skill and experience to protect your rights and interests.

Handling All Types of Real Property Disputes

With more than 27 years of litigation experience, attorney Terry Kirwan is prepared to guide you to a successful result in real estate litigation involving:

  • Property line disputes
  • Easement disputes (an easement is a right for someone else to use your property. Examples are shared use of a driveway or parking lots.)
  • Escrow disputes
  • Failure to disclose defects
  • Environmental contamination
  • Construction defects
  • Disputes over mechanic's liens
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Lease disputes
  • Evictions

We represent buyers, sellers, homeowners, business owners, lenders and any party engaged in real estate litigation in New York. We understand the importance of resolving real estate disputes out of court in a cost-efficient manner whenever possible. However, we are always prepared for courtroom litigation when necessary.

Trusted Representation for Real Estate Disputes in New York

If you are engaged in a residential or commercial real estate dispute in New York, we are prepared to represent your interests. Real estate litigation lawyer Terry Kirwan is here to discuss your legal matter in a confidential consultation. Contact us online or by telephone at 315-741-5946.

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