Experienced And Skillful Guidance For Complex Property Disputes

Of all the lawsuits in the noncriminal world, those involving your neighbors, friends, family or homeowners association can be the meanest, most complex and messiest. Property disputes deal with "real property" — more commonly known as the land you own. Typically, these disagreements involve ownership rights and responsibilities or, in some instances, restraints dealing with the use of your land. Because a property dispute can turn into a major headache if not handled correctly, it is often wise to seek the assistance of an attorney who has experience handling these matters in western North Carolina.

Attorney David A Wijewickrama has more than a decade of experience protecting the rights of individuals embroiled in complex property and boundary disputes. He understands local property laws and how to resolve even the most complicated issues. While aggressively protecting your rights and best interests, he will strive to quickly find a solution that works.

When you work with us, you will never be left wondering about what is happening in your case. We will always keep you informed and will quickly answer your questions as they arise.

From our office in Waynesville, we handle disputes involving:

  • Easements
  • Property lines
  • Errors in deed
  • Deed reformation
  • Slope failures
  • Other residential and commercial property disputes

When neighbors or adjoining property owners make bad choices that endanger your land, your home and your loved ones, experienced engineers, a strong legal team and strong evidence are critical in protecting your rights. These cases are special, because weather conditions may sometimes destroy evidence. Swift action tempered with wisdom is the best strategy for ensuring success. We can help.

Solving Your Problem Quickly, So You Can Move On

What sets us apart from other firms in the area is that we are focused on resolving your matter as quickly as possible. We know that a property dispute is a major source of frustration and concern in your life. We will make your matter a priority.

We will review relevant property deeds, check if any actions by the other party violate local ordinances and take any other action necessary to strengthen your case. We will be aggressive in seeking a favorable resolution so you can move on with your life. If a fair settlement does not seem possible, however, we will gladly file a lawsuit and take your case to trial.

Learn More About How We Can Help

We would like to learn more about your case in an initial consultation. Then we can begin to chart a path forward. To schedule an appointment with our lawyer, call our office at 828-452-5801 or fill out an online contact form.