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Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex Partition Law Lawyer

The DOYLE LAW FirmIf you are involved in a property dispute that might result in a partition, there is a lot at stake. If you do not protect your interests, you could lose significant value from your land holdings. It is no simple task finding a lawyer who has the experience in this niche area of law to adequately represent you. Competent, quality representation is critical to the outcome of your partition dispute.

James J. Doyle, III, Texas partition law attorney and founder of The DOYLE LAW Firm, represents clients throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and North Texas in partition disputes. With more than a decade of legal experience, James Doyle has spent significant time handling partition cases. He has a thorough understanding of the law and procedures involved in this type of case, and he can help you obtain the results you need, efficiently and effectively.

Attorney James J. Doyle, III handles all of the legal aspects of his clients' joint tenancy in common issues, including all matters related to partition disputes:

  • Title research
  • Dividing property among joint holders
  • Selling land and dividing proceeds among holders through judicial process
  • Valuating true land value, offset by rents collected as well as maintenance and construction performed for the benefit of the property

"You absolutely need an attorney to represent you in partition matters. I take cases for individual clients involving residential properties as well as for businesses involving commercial properties. With my partition law experience, I can help you if you are an individual, an agent for a business entity or a title company trying to make sure your partition issues are handled correctly and effectively."

∙ James J. Doyle, III

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