Have you tried to negotiate a buyout or a sellout between you and your co-owner and you just can’t reach an agreement?
Are you feeling like there’s no solution through negotiations and you might have to sue your co-owner to ask a judge to force something to happen with the property?
This type of case is called a partition. When it comes to attorney’s fees and costs, you might be pleasantly or unpleasantly surprised at the way those are awarded. Today, I go over how these are different and how that may impact your decision to petition for a partition, or not.
Call us if you need help with a dispute with a co-owner at 813-480-2106
Email LegalAdmin@lcolawfl.com to schedule a consultation with attorney Natalia Ouellette-Grice.