The process of transferring a deed from one person to another can be complicated even when everyone involved is honest. In some cases, people who are trusted with handling the affairs of a loved one may use their position to defraud the rightful owner of their property, or exert undue influence to convince the deed owner to transfer the deed to them. There have also been a number of cases in N.Y.C. recently involving fraudulent deed transfers when a person’s home is in foreclosure. When something like that happens, it may become necessary to seek legal counsel to remedy your situation.
Hobson-Williams, P.C. handles litigation related to deed transfers, whether the result of an improper or fraudulent transfer or due to foreclosure. The firm handles a variety of issues related to deed transfers, including:
- Fraudulent transfers
- Falsified deeds
- Undue influence
- Failure to record a deed transfer
- Abuse of authority by an executor
- Abuse of authority by a trustee
Issues related to deed transfers can be complex and emotionally fraught. Often, it involves fighting over possession of a family home or other property with extraordinary personal and financial value. The real estate lawyers at Hobson-Williams, P.C. are ready to fight for you to ensure that your deed winds up in the right hands.
Deed transfer litigation is a difficult subject and one that should be handled by professionals with experience in the field. The lawyers at Hobson-Williams P.C. will advise you on the options available to you, and come up with a litigation strategy that best suits your needs. Call (718) 210-4744 to speak to one of our attorneys and learn how Hobson-Williams P.C. can help you get the result you deserve.