Real Property Law and Litigation Attorneys

Handling Real Estate Disputes in Idaho & American Samoa

If your portfolio includes real estate, chances are your business’s success and personal livelihood depends on keeping your interests in your real property secure. At Mooney Wieland Warren PLLC, we represent business owners and landowners in many different kinds of real estate matters. From properly documenting real estate transactions to avoid disputes to handling real property litigation when a dispute arises, we can assist you.

Our attorneys can litigate on behalf of clients for the following and more:

  • Ownership and title disputes
  • Boundary disagreements
  • Adverse possession
  • Boundary by acquiescence
  • Suits for partition

We can also assist in claims involving homeowners associations, developers, and property owner rights. The above list is not a comprehensive breakdown of all that our property litigation attorneys in Boise, Idaho and American Samoa can handle for our clients.

Helping Property Owners in Idaho & American Samoa

Mooney Wieland Warren PLLC can help property owners throughout Idaho and American Samoa fight to assert their rights or defend against claims affecting their property. Our lawyers are keenly aware of how important it is to ensure your interests in your real estate are secure, and we’ll work with you to create a personalized legal strategy that can help you protect them.

Our real property litigation attorneys in Boise, Idaho and American Samoa are diligent, thorough, and aggressive litigators who will work hard for you. We believe in communicating as clearly as possible with our clients about their legal situation and available options. Our attorneys have decades of combined experience that make Mooney Wieland Warren the premier option available to business owners and landowners like you.

Avoiding Litigation

Not all disputes involving real estate have to be settled in court. Many times – more often than not, in fact – business disputes involving land and real property are settled out of court via alternative dispute resolution.