While disputes over escrow accounts can happen under many circumstances, they almost always involve commercial or residential real estate matters. If you are involved in an escrow dispute, the attorneys at Korshak & Associates, P.A., will provide guidance and legal advice about resolving the dispute.
Our firm has office locations in Casselberry and Orlando, Florida, and represents a wide range of clients throughout the area in commercial and residential real estate litigation matters. We offer the benefits, resources and experience of a downtown law firm, with the personal service of a boutique practice. Our attorneys will listen to your goals for your situation and make certain that their priorities are aligned with yours.
Contact us today for an initial consultation to discuss your legal options in escrow disputes and the representation we can provide.
Real Estate Transaction and Escrow Disputes
Any two parties who are involved in a transaction where a neutral third party holds a deposit involves an escrow account. Disputes can arise when the third party will not release the money, particularly if there is not an agreement in place.
A lawyer can step in to negotiate the outcome. By coming to a resolution without having to file a lawsuit, all parties will save money. We will try to get the parties together to reach a compromise without having to go to court. If a compromise cannot be reached, we will pursue your right to get the deposit back in court.
We have significant experience working with escrow agents, title insurance agents and real estate closing agents. Our attorneys will strongly advocate for your interests no matter what the situation may be.
Contact Our Casselberry Real Estate Dispute Attorneys
Contact the Orlando escrow disputes attorneys at Korshak & Associates, P.A., at 407-680-1471 or 800-587-2470 to schedule a free 10-minute initial consultation about your legal matter. Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and after hours by appointment. Se habla español. We accept cash, check and major credit cards.