Atlanta Real Estate Litigation

Atlanta Real Estate Litigation

Atlanta area attorney Julie Liberman has broad experience litigating real estate-related disputes. She represents individuals, businesses and financial institutions in matters such as real estate contractual disputes, fraud claims, construction-defect claims, and suits on promissory notes, leases and guaranties. Julie has defended and pursued mortgage fraud claims, wrongful foreclosure claims and other disputes involving allegations of fraud in real estate transactions. She also represents clients in general estate litigation, including contested trusts and estates.

Real Estate Litigation Services

  • Appeals
  • Disputes between homeowners/condominium owners and their HOAs or condominium associations, including restrictive covenant violations
  • Breach of real estate contracts
  • Fraud in real estate contracts
  • Real estate brokerage disputes
  • Construction defect claims
  • Claims under the Georgia Right to Repair Act
  • Quiet title actions
  • Nuisance and trespass
  • Boundary disputes and other neighbor disputes
  • Mortgage fraud and wrongful foreclosure
  • Breach of leases, guaranties and promissory notes
  • Mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution

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Contact Julie A. Liberman, LLC for more information about legal representation in a real estate dispute. Based in Atlanta, Julie is an experienced litigator who handles cases throughout metropolitan Atlanta and the State of Georgia.

Litigation Services

Commercial

Advice and advocacy in a wide range of business disputes.

Community Associations

Representation in community association / condo association / HOA disputes.

Employment

Counsel on compliance and disputes concerning all aspects of employment.

Non-Compete Covenants

Advocacy in disputes over enforcement of restrictive employment covenants.

Real Estate

Counsel for individuals and businesses in real estate disputes.

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