Real Estate Partition Action in New York
New York Estate Litigation Lawyer: Real Estate Partitions
In many instances, the beneficiaries of an estate inherit property that
they now own with each other. One or more beneficiaries may want to sell
the property while others, often those living in the property, do not.
To compel a sale of the property, a partition action is required. These
difficult issues need to be addressed with skill and a New York estate
litigation attorney from our legal team has the experience to assist you
in pursuing the value of your inheritance that was given to you under
the terms of an estate.
Assistance in Real Estate Partitions for Beneficiaries
With over 30 years of experience, the team at
Novick & Associates has filed actions in the Supreme Courts throughout the New York Metropolitan
area in order to compel the sale of property to ensure that our clients
receive their share of its value. These legal issues must be addressed
by a law firm with extensive experience and a proven record of success.
Our firm has served New York area individuals and families in a wide range of
estate matters for decades, and we are often called upon to take legal action to ensure that a
beneficiary receives their rightful inheritance in complex property ownership issues.
These legal issues can become complex, and internal family matters can
be extremely difficult both legally and financially. Ensuring that your
rights and interests are protected is imperative. The complexities can
include issues in which one family member refuses to leave a property
and makes it impossible to sell and get the benefit of an inheritance.
A partition agreement is a remedy that is available to a beneficiary of
an estate. This action will also allow for a full
accounting of the value of the property in question which can be an important issue in
estate litigation issues in shared property in an inheritance. The court can order a partition
and sale of the property allowing the beneficiary to get their rightful
inheritance. Our legal team is very familiar with this process and is
available to discuss your situation and advise you how to best move forward
in your individual case.
If you are the owner of property and are unable to obtain your share of
its value, contact a New York estate planning attorney
from our firm for immediate assistance.