Fleishman Law, PLC provides guidance and representation in the following land use areas:
REAL ESTATE LITIGATION
Fleishman Law is well positioned to represent clients in real estate litigation cases, whether it is defending a lawsuit or pursuing a client's rights through a lawsuit.
LANDLORD & TENANT
Fleishman Law handles residential and commercial matters for both landlords and tenants. Rather than limit its practice to just representing landlords or tenants, Fleishman Law believes it it is important to represent both, so that it can provide comprehensive advice when representing either type of client.
TAX LIEN FORECLOSURES
Mr. Fleishman has handled well over 800 tax lien foreclosure cases over the past five years in multiple Arizona counties. If you are an investor who has purchased tax liens with an eye towards ownership of a given property, Fleishman Law can represent you through the tax lien foreclosure process. Mr. Fleishman's extensive experience in this area ensures that your tax lien matter will be handled in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.
The media barrage highlighting the foreclosure crisis is nearly impossible to miss. Fleishman Law is closely following the trends and legal issues arising from the foreclosure crisis. Fleishman Law can advise you regarding the legal issues concerning short sales, deeds in lieu of foreclosure, loan modifications, and trustee's sales (foreclosure). Given the cost of having to go through the foreclosure process, many lenders would like to avoid having to do so. As such, Fleishman Law can also help you negotiate with your current lender to find a practical solution short of foreclosure.
QUIET TITLE ACTIONS
Quiet title actions are used to remove a cloud or claim that been placed on a particular property. Quiet tile actions often involve issues related to adverse possession and prescriptive easements. Fleishman Law can advise you regarding these unique land use situations.
DEED OF TRUST FORECLOSURES
Lenders often have a recorded deed of trust on a given property as a means of selling the property if the owner ever defaults on the loan. Once an owner of property defaults on a loan, the terms of the deed of trust provide that the property can be sold at a trustee's sale. Fleishman Law can serve as the successor trustee to handle the procedures for successfully foreclosing on any given property.
Zoning is the way that governments control the physical development of land and the kinds of uses to which each property may be put. Zoning laws typically specify the areas in which residential, industrial, recreational, or commercial activities may take place. Each jurisdiction has its own zoning codes and procedures for how land may be developed. Fleishman Law will help you navigate these often confusing local zoning ordinances.
A variance is a request from a local zoning authority to build a structure or conduct a particular land use that is prohibited by the current zoning laws. Fleishman Law can help you through the procedures necessary to submit a variance request in your local jurisdiction.
An easement is the right of one person to use the land of another for a particular purpose. Easements are typically used by public utilites, but a given landower may grant an adjoining landowner the right to use his property for a driveway or other access. Fleishman Law can advise you regarding the nature of and the use of easements.
Many rural landowners obtain their water through a shared well. There are a number of issues that arise from the joint use and ownership of a well.
PURCHASE AND SALES AGREEMENTS
Fleishman Law can assist clients in drafting the necessary contracts for the purchase and sale of real propety.
Deeds are best known for their use in the transfer of real property from one party to another. Fleishman Law can help you in preparing or correcting deeds, and filing the correct documentation necessary to transfer property when a family member who owns property has passed away.
HOMEOWNER'S ASSOCIATION DISPUTES
Increasingly, homeowner's associations are coming under fire for the power that they wield over homeowners. Because each homeowner's association is governed by its own set of covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC&R's), each association has different procedures and rules that govern living within that association. Fleishman Law will help you deal with the many legal issues that occur when living within a CC&R controlled association.