Attorneys Stephen Korshak and Lee Karina Dani

Orlando Interpleader Litigation

In the complex world of real estate, buyers and sellers all hope for a smooth transaction process guided by the terms of their agreements. In reality, these matters can quickly become complicated and disputes may arise at any given moment. A common issue involves rights to money held in escrow when a real estate transaction falls apart. The escrow agent may face demands by both parties, claiming ownership of the funds. In these instances, disbursing the money to either party could leave the escrow company vulnerable to lawsuits. Instead, it is likely the escrow agent will file an interpleader action in order to place the burden of decision on the court.

Protecting Your Rights During Interpleader Litigation

At Korshak & Associates, P.A., we represent plaintiffs, defendants and third parties in complex interpleader real estate litigation cases. Our founder, Stephen Korshak, is a successful lawyer, businessman and real estate developer. He truly understands the complexities and legal implications involved in real estate transactions, and consistently uses this knowledge to our clients’ benefit.

As your legal counsel, we will work to ensure that your best interests are protected throughout the litigation process. Our lawyers are skilled in interpreting contractual language, and use the law to your advantage as we assemble the evidence for your claim. If you are the third party in interpleader litigation, we will help ensure that you do not face any liability for your involvement in the outside dispute. Above all, we aim to secure efficient and effective results, working with clients to find fiscally wise solutions in a timely manner.

Contact Our Florida Interpleader Action Lawyers

With office in Orlando, we represent clients throughout Central Florida in a range of real estate litigation matters. To speak with an Orlando interpleader litigation attorney at Korshak & Associates, P.A., call 888-681-4389 . You may also contact us by email.