Real Estate and Land Use Law FAQ
Can I Use A Plot of Land Differently Than It Was Intended For?
Zoning ordinances exist to govern how individual plots of land should be used in each municipality. Often, proposed additions or uses of those plots of land differ from the ordinance, so you must apply for a variance with the municipality to get approval for your proposed usage. Without the proper guidance, it can be a stressful, drawn out process.
Why Do I Need a Real Estate Attorney?
Real estate attorneys are experienced in and are legally authorized to prepare and review documentation and contracts related to the sale of a home, which is often the largest transaction someone will ever have to make. We have a familiarity with the unique laws and processes of NJ and Ocean County, and can help local homebuyers expedite the process to make it as smooth and painless as possible.
Do I Need To Go To Court For Property Disputes?
Property disputes, while unfortunate, do arise every now and then. While our real estate attorneys are well-versed in litigation for all real estate-related issues, we try to settle out of court whenever possible. Everything is determined on a case-by-case basis.