Protect Your Rights in Resolving Property Disputes

Real property disputes in Northern California can involve high stakes. The lawyer you choose to solve your real estate problem can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case. The trial lawyers at Coddington, Hicks & Danforth in Redwood City are dedicated to resolving property disputes efficiently to control the costs of litigation, but will not hesitate to battle in court to protect your property interests.

Homeowners and businesses throughout the Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Peninsula rely on our substantial knowledge of property law, and wealth of experience in resolving complex disputes, to protect their property rights. Our devotion to thorough preparation, diligent case analysis and tenacious advocacy are clear assets for property owners who are involved in property disputes.

Effective Experience in a Full Range of Property Disputes

There is a wide range of problems that can have an adverse impact on your investment, enjoyment of your property and rights as a homeowner that may require the services of a seasoned property dispute resolution attorney. We are here to help. For nearly 40 years, Coddington, Hicks & Danforth has helped homeowners protect property rights with our exceptional trial skills and our command of the substantive issues involved in California real estate litigation.

We have experience effectively solving problems across the spectrum of real property litigation, including:

  • Boundary line disputes and encroachment claims
  • Easement disputes
  • Claims of adverse possession
  • Land ownership disputes
  • Trespass or nuisance claims
  • Misconduct in real estate transactions, including disclosure issues
  • Eminent domain litigation
  • Disputes involving homeowners associations

Disputes between neighbors are not uncommon. They can result from simple actions. Adding improvements to property can cause problems if neighbors have differences over the property line. The placement of a new fence or pool near a property line may be based on inaccurate, outdated surveys. High-rise additions to a home, or new landscaping involving large trees, may block a neighbor's view, leading to litigation between neighbors.

Historical uses of property may lead to disagreements over current or future planned uses of an area of land. A neighbor may claim that he or she has acquired a prescriptive easement for a road, power line or some other purpose based on past experience. Our lawyers have substantial experience helping homeowners resolve complex property disputes while zealously guarding our clients' property rights.

Call Our Property Litigation Attorneys for a Free Consultation

To learn more about how our trusted lawyers can work to help you protect your property, call our office in Redwood City to arrange a free consultation at 650-592-5400 or send us an email using the online form. We represent clients in Silicon Valley, throughout the San Francisco Peninsula and across Northern California.