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Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex Real Estate Dispute Lawyer

Protect Yourself ∙ Protect Your Investment

The DOYLE LAW FirmReal estate is a significant investment — and a serious risk — for businesses and individuals alike, and disputes are common in all types of real estate transactions. Property purchases, sales, leasing agreements and construction contracts, to name a few, all present significant potential for disputes. These disputes are almost always costly, and this cost increases if the case has to be litigated in court.

If you are involved in a real estate dispute, it is critical to work with an experienced attorney who understands the issues you are facing and can fight to protect your interests. James J. Doyle, III, and The DOYLE LAW Firm know how to successfully litigate real estate claims. With more than 10 years of legal experience, attorney James J. Doyle, III represents clients throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and North Texas.

The firm represents landowners, purchasers, construction companies, contractors and other interested parties in real estate disputes involving:

  • Property boundary line disagreements
  • Construction litigation
  • Mechanic's liens
  • Commercial leases
  • Closing and escrow fee disputes
  • Real estate contract controversies
  • Legal and illegal lockouts

All types of real estate agreements can result in misunderstandings and contention. I work hard to help my clients find the best outcome possible — whether through mediation or litigation. I will represent your interests aggressively and effectively."

∙ James J. Doyle, III

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Call 214-522-6202 or contact the firm online to schedule a consultation with an experienced Texas real estate lawyer.

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