Birmingham Real Estate Litigation Attorney

Serving Property Owners Throughout Alabama

Whether you are buying your first home or investing in a commercial property, real estate is likely to be one of the most significant financial investments in your life. Signing an agreement means you will be held to strict provisions of a contract. If the other party fails to live up to terms of the agreement, or lies to you, you can face serious financial losses.

If you are involved in a residential or commercial real estate dispute or litigation matter in Alabama, call Johnstone Carroll, LLC. From offices in Homewood, litigation attorneys F. Inge Johnstone and Matt Carroll provide legal counsel to clients in communities throughout Jefferson County, Blount County, St. Clair County, Walker County and Shelby County in the Birmingham, Alabama, area and throughout the state.

Call 205-383-1809 or contact the firm by email to arrange a free initial consultation with a Birmingham real estate litigation lawyer today.

Real Estate Litigation Is Often Complex

Inge Johnstone has extensive real estate litigation experience. Real estate disputes and lawsuits may involve multiple parties, including property developers, title companies, real estate agents and investors.

Litigation can involve:

  • Fraud in connection with the sale of a house, condominium, land or other property
  • Undeveloped development fraud
  • Construction defects that lead to flooding, cracking foundations or other issues with a home or business
  • Construction delays
  • Unclear title and ownership issues
  • Prior liens on the property
  • Homeowner association (HOA) and condo association disputes

Homewood Real Estate Dispute Lawyer

Call 205-383-1809 or use the email form on the contact page to request a free initial consultation. Our offices are conveniently located right off of Highway 31, and ample free parking is available. Consultation hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and evening and weekend appointments may be available by special arrangement. Hourly rates are reasonable, and most personal injury and insurance litigation cases are handled on a contingency-fee basis.