Colorado Real Estate Trial Attorneys

Staggs Morris P.C. can resolve your real estate dispute in a cost-efficient manner and maximize your chances of a favorable settlement or successful outcome at trial. Matters giving rise to real estate disputes are diverse and varied, and we have successfully litigated them all. Predictable, money-saving flat fees are often available for many real estate matters. Our broad range of real estate trial experience includes quiet title actions, partition actions, and fraudulent non-disclosure cases

Staggs Morris, P.C. has lawyers with decades of real estate trial experience. This experience also enables us to review proposed real estate transactions to spot potential issues before they become expensive litigation problems.

Read our lastest Colorado Court of Appeals win:

Silvernagel v. US Bank

The last payment owed commences the final period to enforce a deed of trust securing a loan. This situation occurs when the final payment becomes due, such as when the note matures or a lender unequivocally accelerates the note’s maturation. It also occurs at the payment owed immediately prior to the discharge of a borrower’s personal liability in bankruptcy, because after discharge, a borrower no longer has forthcoming installments that he must pay.