The purchase or sale of a home is not an uncommon transaction for Florida residents to be a part of. However, being a party to a real estate contract can be a rather complex situation. Much like any contract, the terms of the agreement might be ambiguous, a party might be in breech of the contract or a purchase agreement may be void. These circumstances could result in a rather unpleasant matter, most likely leading to a real estate dispute. While a real estate dispute is an unpleasant situation to be in, there are mechanisms to work through and resolve any issues present.
At the Law office of Kimberly A Abrams & Associates, P.A., our legal team has guided Fort Lauderdale clients through a wide range of disputes stemming from a real estate contract. In most cases, the parties to the matter want the contract to remain and the transaction to go through; therefore, it is essential to work through the details of the agreement, discerning what is valid and what is not.
If a party is in breach, this does not necessarily mean that the transaction cannot be completed. Our knowledgeable attorneys assess the damages caused by the breach, determining any changes required to fulfill the obligations of the agreement. If this best meets the needs and goals of our clients, we will push for the transaction to continue with the necessary modifications and compensation for any damages incurred.
In some cases, a dispute surrounding a real estate contract is complex and multifaceted. This could greatly change the original agreement, making a practical resolution one that allows our client to collect for damages and losses incurred. Our experienced attorneys understand how unfavorable terms could cause you to lose you earnest money deposit or deal with other situations that could push back the closing date. Therefore, we are prepared to take action to remedy these matters.
To learn more, check out our law firm's real estate dispute website. No matter what side of the transaction you are on or what side of the dispute you are fighting on, it is important to understand your rights and options when it comes to being a party of a real estate contract.