A quiet title action is necessary when a person has purchased a home that was in foreclosure and is bank-owned or was conveyed by quiet title deed or tax deed. You may not realize there is an issue with the title until it comes time to resell. If a title is in dispute, our lawyers can assist with the process.
At Korshak & Associates, P.A., we are highly experienced in the area of real estate litigation, title insurance matters, quiet title actions and more. We offer a wide range of services from our offices in Casselberry and Orlando, and we are committed to providing our clients with personalized and quality legal services. Our goal is to resolve your dispute as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Our Florida law firm has been a licensed title insurance agent for more than 30 years. Our attorneys have significant experience providing opinions, title search and issuing opinions. We also have relationships with major insurance underwriters, who can assist with steps of the process of issuing insurance.
Contact our attorneys for individualized legal guidance in quiet title matters by calling 407-680-1471 or toll free at 800-587-2470.
Quiet Title Actions
A quiet title is a lawsuit that an individual files when it is determined that there is some sort of defect or problem with the title on the individual's house or real estate. For example, if a person wants judicial determination to show why a lien is not valid or that it is there by mistake.
If you have purchased a property with a tax lien, you must wait four years before you have marketable title and may resell. However, if you do a quiet title, you will be able to resell the property much more quickly.
Contact Our Casselberry Adverse Possession Attorneys
Please contact our Orlando quiet title attorneys 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.