Breach of Contract
Houston, TX Real Estate Lawyer
Real estate professionals are held to fiduciary duty to represent a property in full disclosure. Failing to adhere to this legal duty could raise questions about the real estate broker’s ability to perform and uphold his or her legal obligations.
By law, real estate brokers must inform buyers and sellers of any known property issues. If the real estate professional knowingly and willingly fails to disclose important information, he or she may be held liable for breach of contract. Breach of contract cases may also arise from other issues.
I have successfully protected my clients’ contractual rights in all types of real estate contract disputes, including:
- Changes made to real estate contracts by one party without the knowledge of another
- A real estate professional’s conflict of interest related to the transaction
- A real estate professional accepting a counteroffer without the buyer’s knowledge
- Failure to disclose defects with a property prior to the sale or purchase
Although not every case can benefit from litigation, I prepare each case as if it will go to trial. I recognize that many real estate issues can be resolved through the process of mediation, negotiation, and arbitration, which can ultimately save my clients money, time, and effort in the long run. If your case cannot be solved through these means, however, you can feel comfortable knowing that I can represent your case relentlessly through litigation.
Uniquely Equipped to Get Results for You
If you believe that you have been the victim of breach of contract or another form of real estate negligence, do not hesitate to consult the opinion of a professional Houston real estate lawyer. As a skilled trial attorney with experience handling a wide range of real estate matters, I not only represent the legal aspect of your case but can also shed light on the transaction aspect as well. As a licensed real estate broker by the state of Texas, I have the qualifications, knowledge, and firsthand experience to guide you through your case successfully and offer effective legal counsel.
If you wish to learn more about how my firm can be of assistance or if you simply have additional questions regarding your case, I can be reached with one simple phone call. My office phone lines are open 24 hours, 7 days a week, and I personally welcome your call at any time. Contact Malley Law Firm, PLLC today to schedule your free case evaluation.