Hamilton Business & Property Dispute Lawyer
Experienced Business & Property Dispute Attorneys serve Clients in Mercer County and Throughout New Jersey
Issues arise every day when operating a business. In case of a dispute involving your business, an experienced Hamilton business & property dispute lawyer at Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC can help navigate the complexities and nuances in order for your livelihood and place of work to continue to run smoothly.
Similarly, property disputes occur just as frequently. Property owners and realtors can be involved in disputes between neighbors, previous owners, and other parties. When a real estate transaction goes wrong, ownership of the property can sometimes be questioned or disagreement occurs regarding payment. In such situations, it is so important to have a trustworthy and experienced attorney who can help you in a dispute over your property.
Each situation is unique and requires the tailored focus and attention it deserves. The Hamilton business & property dispute lawyers at Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC understand that you have various needs and interests that go into consideration when involved in cases like these. If you have a question regarding a business or property dispute and live in Mercer County, Burlington County, Somerset County, Middlesex County, or anywhere else in New Jersey, the attorneys at Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC are skilled and experienced and ready to help. Contact us today.
Business disputes manifest for so many reasons, and can easily lead to cost reduction, lost revenue, and decreased productivity. This is a time to minimize your risk and exposure. If you are experiencing a dispute at your place of business, it is vital to seek an experienced attorney to help you as soon as possible. The legal team at Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC will fight for your interests in order to effectively and efficiently resolve your business dispute.
Our attorneys will move quickly to understand the factors and circumstances that led to the dispute, in order to deliver you the results that you want. Several types of issues arise in the operation of a business, including:
- Partnership disputes
- Shareholder disputes
- Contract disputes
- Noncompete agreements
- Severance agreement disputes
- Intellectual property disputes.
Business professionals enter into business agreements on a daily basis. At the outset, the operation of the business can seem smooth and everyone is in agreement. Then, an issue arises, and things can unravel quickly. Our legal team can help guide you through the following:
- Protective procedures for the business structure to ensure officers and directors are discharging their duties in good faith
- Rights and obligations of all shareholders, directors and officers
- In-depth understanding of corporate procedures and compliance, voting and resolutions
- Illegality, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, trade secrets, and unfair competition
- Business succession planning
- Employment issues regarding compensation, severance, stock plans, wrongful termination, non-compete agreements, policy manuals, and confidentiality agreements
- Corporate restructuring, asset purchase and sale, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate takeovers
- Breach of fiduciary duty, insolvency, bankruptcy, and commercial debts
- Interpretation and enforcement of partnership agreements
The attorneys at Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC are experienced and diligent, and ready to help. If you are having a business dispute, contact us today.
Real property is one of the most important assets for an individual. When a dispute arises, there is usually a large amount of money at stake and various interests involved. Common disputes surrounding real property include:
- Breach of contract
- Ownership disputes of property
- Adverse possession
- Sale agreements
- Title issues
- Landlord/tenant disputes
- Leasing disputes
- Easements and property line disputes
- Construction defects
- Construction contracts
- Jointly-owned properties, including partition problems
- Lender liability
- Eminent domain
- Faulty deeds
- Quiet title action to establish ownership
- Short sales
The Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC team is seasoned in our real estate practice, having represented both buyers and sellers of commercial and residential real property. We also have experienced with third-parties such as lenders, title companies, and insurers. Our real estate lawyers have the experience and expertise in negotiating the transaction, protecting our clients’ rights, and closing the deal. Our clients look to us to efficiently and effectively negotiate the transaction in their best interests. We get deals done. Contact Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC today.
Contact our Experienced Hamilton Business & Property Dispute Lawyers to Discuss Options Today
If you have a business or property dispute, it is so important to have an experienced and knowledgeable attorney. We serve Mercer County, Burlington County, Somerset County, Middlesex County, and the rest of New Jersey. Contact Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC today.
Frequently Asked Questions about Business & Property Disputes in New Jersey
We do. The Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC legal team has experience in all areas of Business & Property Disputes. Our attorneys will negotiate your interests and fight for your rights. No issue is too small or too large. We have the experience and knowledge to help you. If you have a business or property dispute and live in Mercer County, Burlington County, Somerset County, Middlesex County, and throughout New Jersey, contact us today.
When an issue arises at your business, it is vital to seek the appropriate guidance to recognize problems and navigate complexities in order to help you find an early resolution. Our lawyers have experience in evaluating the evidence and spot issues that help you save a lot of time and money. In case of litigation, our attorneys can help you obtain the most favorable outcome in an efficient and effective manner. The Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC legal team has the expertise and resources to represent you in all of these matters.
No. As a last resort, litigating the issue in court before a judge may be necessary to resolve the dispute. But it is important to understand that our attorneys will help to find a solution without going through the complex and expensive process of a civil lawsuit. Most people underestimate the cost of litigation and its nuances. The expense can be massive to bear on both sides. Our attorneys will negotiate your interests and fight for your business rights. If you have any questions regarding a business or property dispute, the Kalavruzos, Mumola, Hartman, Lento & Duff, LLC legal team is here to help. Contact us today.