Decades Of Experience In Real Estate Litigation
Real estate is a magnet for litigation, from disputes in transactions and development to conflicts among co-owners or between landlords and tenants. The high stakes can rapidly escalate a simple contractual dispute to threats of lawsuits, liens, foreclosures and injunctions — overshadowing more practical solutions.
The Womack Law Firm in Texas provides swift intervention to resolve real estate disputes or position clients for litigation. Houston attorney Mark T. Womack draws on more than 30 years of experience to quickly assess the situation, flesh out the options and take appropriate action. He is an accomplished trial lawyer with a reputation for positive outcomes in and out of court.
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Resolving A Wide Array Of Commercial And Residential Real Estate Disputes
Our law practice represents property owners, investors, developers, builders, landlords and tenants in Harris County and throughout Texas. Mr. Womack has deep experience in a broad range of real estate-related conflicts, including:
- Breach of contract (broken real estate deals)
- Recovery of earnest money
- Title insurance litigation
- Land use and zoning disputes
- Fraud, misrepresentation and nondisclosure
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Commercial lease disagreements
- Construction defects and mechanic’s liens
- Real estate partnership and joint venture disputes
- Wrongful foreclosure
Mr. Womack provides assistance to distressed businesses, which frequently involves collateralized commercial real estate. He negotiates loan workouts on behalf of owners and helps those clients reorganize and restructure debt so that commercial property and other assets can be retained or liquidated in a more orderly fashion.
Preparing For Litigation While Exploring Out-Of-Court Remedies
We have successfully prosecuted and defended against legal actions, and we have likewise achieved client objectives through arbitrations and negotiated conclusions. As a veteran trial lawyer, Mr. Womack can gauge when it makes sense to go to court. He knows that a letter or phone call — with proper wording and timing — can be more effective or cost-efficient than suing for damages or injunctive relief. For those cases that must be presented to a judge or jury, he is eminently qualified to assert your interests.