Sometimes you will find parties claiming an interest in your property. This could be from an inheritance dispute, a claim by a purchaser of rights from a previous owner or from a creditor taking a judgment against you. It could also be from mechanic's and materialman's liens. All of these liens cloud the title to your property and make it impossible to sell. You can deal with all of these parties simultaneously by filing a suit for quieting title to your property. For assistance in this action you are urged to contact a Phoenix real estate attorney.
Phoenix real estate Schern Richardson Finter assist clients seeking to quiet title on their property. When we take on a case we get a title report on the property and examine the claims. We consult with the client and make inquiries to learn of the legitimacy of these claims. We then file alis pendens which is a notice to all potential buyers of our intention to quiet title on the property and warning all not to buy interests property from claimants.
Twenty days before filing our quiet title action we mail to all claimants a letter enclosing a quit claim deed for them to release to our client any interest they have in the property. Then we file suit to quiet our title plus seeking damages from all non-responders for intentionally clouding the client's title.
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