Real Estate Litigation

Real estate litigation can refer to innumerable types of real property, such as residential houses and property, commercial buildings and property, and agricultural buildings and property.  The parties to real estate lawsuits may include property owners, adjoining property owners, developers, builders, contractors, architects, engineers, and government agencies.  Lawsuits and litigation concerning real estate can develop in a number of situations, including:

The legal remedies in real estate litigation cases are many and varied.  Part of that depends on whether a government agency is a claimant or defendant or whether only private parties are involved in the dispute.  The potential remedies, depending upon the nature of the real estate dispute and the parties involved, can range from injunctions and other types of court orders to money damages.

We can also assist with challenging your property tax assessment.  Please read more about that process here: Challenging Your Residential Real Estate Tax Assessment.

If you have questions about real estate litigation, please reach out to us through the Web Contact Form by using the "Contact Us" button or by calling (515) 281-1460.  We make every effort to provide a same-day response to all communications received during weekday business hours.   Initial telephone calls are always free.  If it looks like we can help, it'll be our pleasure to meet with you, learn more about your situation, and lend you a hand.  We handle as many of our cases as possible on a contingent fee basis, meaning that there's no fee unless we make a monetary recovery for you.

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Erbe Law Firm

2501 Grand Avenue

Des Moines, Iowa 50312

(515) 281-1460

Erbe Law Firm has proudly served clients throughout Iowa since 2005. We look forward to hearing from you to see whether we can do the same for you.

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Harley C. Erbe

Founder