Finance & Real Estate Litigation

Finance & Real Estate Litigation

Finance & Real Estate Litigation Attorneys at Knight Law

Getting the right legal guidance in resolving real estate disputes will save you a lot of time and hassle. If you are a landlord, buyer, seller, real estate agent, or real estate broker involved in a legal dispute, reach out to our attorneys at Knight Law to assess your case.

Buyer/Seller Disputes

Real estate disputes can be difficult to deal with without the proper guidance. Whether it is an argument over the meaning of a clause in a purchase agreement, a dispute over the retainer of a deposit, or one party refuses to close on the contract, real estate litigation issues can get very messy. At Knight Law we can walk you through the issues to determine your best legal options.

Purchase Agreement Specific Performance

When someone breaches a contract by not following through with what they agreed to do, we, as attorneys, can appeal to the court to force them to go through with their obligations in the contract. Someone who breaches a contract should not be rewarded for their violation. When dealing with cases like these, put a Knight in your corner to help you get the justice and peace of mind that you deserve.


A judgement is when the court determines that you or your business owe a specified sum of money to another party. If gone undefended, these cases can greatly harm you or your business and can involve the seizure of property, business assets, wages, and other personal belongings. To deal with tough situations like these, put a Knight in your corner and let us protect you and your interests.


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Yirmi Knight helped us navigate the litigation issues that came up during a real estate transaction with ease. His depth of knowledge and extensive experience put us way ahead of the game and brought us to resolution in advance of what we had anticipated. Thank you Yirmi! He also has a rockstar team of amazing litigation experts who really make sure that every angle is covered.

Yitzi Brusowankin

Yirmi and his team are extremely knowledgeable and very very reliable. They always took my calls and acted like true professionals throughout the whole process. I'm very happy with the results and how it worked out. I would highly recommend Mr. Knight and Knight Law.

Brian Danziger

I have used this firm a few times for myself and family members. Their out-of-the-box approach to litigation is what really, in my opinion, makes Yirmi Knight and his staff the full legal package. I’m loving the opportunity to write this review.

Dr. Danielle Katz, DNP PMHNP

“Our case was very stressful until we contacted Knight Law. Yirmi guided us through our case and was always available to answer our questions. His professionalism was on point and we are grateful to him and his team for helping us navigate our situation. We highly recommend Knight Law.”

Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Meyer

“Thank You Knight Law for all your hard work and diligence with my case! Yirmi and his staff went above and beyond my expectations – genuine, consistent commitment, and personal attention. I wholeheartedly recommend this firm. First class legal representation all the way.”

Sam Lederman
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Frequently Asked Questions

When should I consider real estate litigation?
Some of the most common cases to consider filing litigation are breach of contract, failure to disclose property defects, or negligence. Breach of contract occurs when one party, the plaintiff, believes that they satisfied their contractual obligation while the other party, the defendant, did not. A failure to disclose a defect occurs if the buyer takes legal action after discovering a defect intentionally concealed by the seller that negatively impacts the value of the property after closing. A negligence case may be brought against a real estate agent or realtor for not acting in the best interest of their clients. They are also required to disclose information that will benefit the client, perform their services to the best of their abilities, and not disclose private information. A lawsuit may be brought if a real estate agent or realtor acts contrary to these ideals. If you think you have a case, reach out to us and we will guide you through the process.
Should I hire an attorney if I am buying or selling a home?
It is recommended that you hire an attorney to oversee the sale or purchase of a home since it is a large transaction, and you need to make sure that it is valid and that you are protected. You don’t want to sign a contract that doesn’t protect your interests and deal with unintended disputes later on.
What is the difference between a residential and commercial property?
The two main types of properties are residential and commercial. Residential properties are intended for private housing and include townhouses, condominiums, and single-family homes. Commercial properties are intended for a business or industrial use and include office buildings, apartment buildings, and parking garages.
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