Co-op and Condo Disputes
At Belkin Burden Wenig & Goldman, LLP, in New York City and Westport, Connecticut, our real estate attorneys serve as both aggressive litigators and trusted legal advisors in assisting our clients with co-op and condo disputes. Whether we are proactively consulting with our clients or reacting to an escalated dispute, we will advocate for your best interests in resolving problems with co-ops and condos that occur on a daily basis.
At Belkin Burden Wenig & Goldman, LLP, we assist with the establishment of co-ops and condos. Our experienced attorneys provide trusted counsel when a condo or co-op board is put in place. We negotiate management agreements and outside vendor contracts. Disputes involving bylaws, rules, regulations or leases are always handled by a seasoned real estate lawyer at the firm.
While litigation can obviously result from a co-op and condo dispute, our attorneys generally seek to take a personalized approach in the first instance to help our clients resolve legal matters with disputing parties in a less confrontational manner. For condominium and co-op residents, a disputed issue closely involves their home. Taking the approach of mediator or arbitrator can be more effective than immediately pursuing litigation to resolve the issue and to facilitate positive future relationships among the parties in dispute.
Our attorneys' extensive experience in negotiating agreements goes far in helping us resolve co-op and condo disputes. Our diverse backgrounds in real estate law and willingness to fully examine and possibly employ a careful negotiation strategy in lieu of simply litigating a matter have greatly benefited our clients many times. We are often able to arrive at solutions faster as a result, without our clients paying exorbitant legal fees for courtroom litigation. However, if the matter can only be resolved in court, we represent our clients with absolute loyalty and diligence.
For more information or to schedule an appointment concerning a co-op and condo dispute, real estate litigation or an issue relating to New York Cooperative Housing Corporations, please contact us.