Utah Quiet Title
A quiet title action allows for the owner of a property or a third-party with a vested interest in real property to resolve a title dispute. A title dispute may involve an easement, a boundary, a lien on the property, or another defect in the title. If you are an owner, buyer, seller, developer or title company, our attorneys at Crippen & Cline L.C. can quickly, professionally and effectively assert your rights in a title dispute.
A title dispute may result in a significant loss of property or financial investment in real estate. Our skilled attorneys will work hard to protect your interests and seek a successful resolution to your title or real estate dispute. Contact us today for a free consultation.
A title defect may prevent you from selling your property or may cause you future problems if left unresolved. Whether the title contains unreleased liens, the true owner of the property cannot be found, or there is an issue with a title transfer, we will work to resolve any defects in the title so that you can proceed in buying, selling, or developing the real estate.
Our attorneys are experienced in liens, titles, title transfers, constructive trusts, co-tenant issue and resolving defects in title through quiet title actions. Whether you may lose your interest in property or you are seeking to proceed with a real estate transaction that may be hindered by title defect, we can protect your rights so that you can proceed quickly.
Contact our offices today for a free consultation with an experienced quiet title lawyer.
Free real estate consultations • Major credit cards accepted • Weekend and evening appointments available • Located conveniently in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, next to the federal and state court buildings