If you co-own real estate with another party, you have all the same rights available to you as a single owner. You may occupy the property, rent the property or, through a partition action, even sell your share of the property. At Berger & Kindberg Law, our Charlotte real estate lawyers handle partition actions. We help co-owners negotiate and, if necessary, litigate a fair price for their share of a property. You can rely on us to diligently represent your interests in real estate matters.

If you own a share of property and wish to sell your share, we are here to assist you. Contact our Charlotte residential real estate attorneys online or call 704-900-3816 for a consultation. Our office is located in South Park, Charlotte.

We Represent the Rights of Co-Tenants

The issue of partition often arises when property is inherited by multiple parties. You may wish to sell the property while the other owners want to do something else with it. In North Carolina, the request to partition, or sell your interest, takes precedence over the desires of the other co-tenants. Our lawyers understand the complexities involved in these matters and will work tirelessly to ensure that your rights and desires are protected.

We go above and beyond the services offered by most law firms in these types of actions. We will aggressively market your interest in the property to help ensure that you receive the best price available. One of our principal attorneys, Hal Berger, is also a certified public accountant. He will put his legal and accounting skills to work for you to help limit your tax liability in any sale.

We Will Work with All Parties to Reach an Agreement

The lawyers at Berger & Kindberg Law understand that partition actions can result in disagreements, particularly among siblings who have inherited a relative's property. We hope that everyone will be able to work together to reach an agreement that is fair to all parties. We are skilled in the art of negotiation and will try to reach a compromise that will get you a fair price for your piece of the property and preserve family harmony. If this is not possible, we will tenaciously represent your interests through litigation.

Call for a Consultation with a Charlotte Real Estate Attorney

If you are a co-tenant and want to know more about your rights in regard to selling your share of a property, speak with us. Contact our North Carolina lawyers online or call 704-900-3816 for a free consultation.