Civil Litigation – Business / Commercial / Land Disputes
Business disputes, financial conflicts, or land and easement disagreements can be extremely difficult to navigate without legal representation. These cases require a great deal of civil litigation experience, and knowledge of Texas property and business law to successfully win. For help with a business or land dispute, contact Haney Paschal & Romoser, P.C. today.
Why Choose Haney Paschal & Romoser, P.C. for Your Case
With over 30 years of combined litigation experience, Haney Paschal & Romoser, P.C. can help with all your legal needs.
- We have a strong track record with extensive experience of representing clients in the Huntsville community.
- We establish and foster strong relationships with local legal professionals to provide a network of information for your legal benefit.
- We have conference rooms and other office spaces to conduct mediation processes.
What Is Civil Litigation Law?
Civil litigation refers to cases where two or more parties are involved in a legal dispute over money or a specific action, such as moving a property boundary. Civil litigation cases do not seek criminal charges, but financial and property gain. They can include personal injury, workers’ compensation, liability and property lawsuits, and other disputes.
The Texas Civil Litigation Process
Civil litigation can take on two main forms: contested litigation, where both parties do not agree on the outcome of the case, and uncontested litigation, where both parties are trying to make a binding legal agreement through the court system. Uncontested litigation is the basis for the majority of property and business disputes Haney Paschal & Romoser, P.C. handles.
Resolving Texas Business Disputes
Disagreements in business-related matters can have severe consequences, affecting your personal and company finances as well as your relationships with colleagues. Business disputes can involve disagreements over:
- Real estate
- Property construction
- Contracts and contract review
- Partnership agreements
- Purchases and sales
Fighting these situations alone is difficult. You need a business dispute attorney from Haney Paschal & Romoser, P.C. on your side. We will meet with you to discuss the facts of your case and assist you in identifying your legal options. If you decide to take the case to court, we will gladly represent you.
Haney Paschal & Romoser, P.C. also offer conflict resolution sessions. These sessions can help you and the other party reach an agreement or settlement. We have spaces in our offices specially designated for mediation discussions.
The goal of a mediation session is to help both parties reach an agreed-upon reconciliation or settlement. A mediator does not make the final decision – instead, he will help guide you to an agreement. We strive to provide confidential, integral, and honest mediation services. Although we will not keep a record of the discussions or provide any legal advice, you will be able to put your agreement in writing at the end of the session.
Texas Land and Property Disputes
Haney Paschal & Romoser, P.C. is also equipped to handle any Texas land and property disputes. We practice easement law as well as property line disputes. In Texas, easements are necessary for rural areas and farm operations. An easement is the right, privilege, or advantage in real property, apart from the land ownership. Simply put, easements allow other people to cross your land if they need to. For example, a rancher may need to herd cattle over another farmer’s land.
Sometimes, easements are informal, oral agreements. However, easement disputes easily arise when the transfer of property occurs or the property owner changes his or her mind about the agreement. In these cases, it may be helpful to create a private easement. Our attorneys can help walk you through the litigation process and negotiate agreements with the property owner.
Contact Our Firm Today
The attorneys at Haney Paschal & Romoser, P.C. can help guide you through the complex civil litigation process. We offer free consultations at our offices in Huntsville, Texas. Schedule yours by filling out our online case evaluation form or calling our offices at (936) 295-3712.