Dickson Frohlich

2101 4th Avenue, Suite 1830 Seattle, WA 98121 (206) 429-4418
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Dickson Frohlich is located in Seattle, WA and is a medium-sized law firm with several attorneys and a very knowledgeable staff of legal assistants. Thomas Dickson and his staff have over 40 years combined legal experience helping clients with real estate, business, family and probate law. Over the past two and a half decades, we’ve helped many Washingtonians find solutions to their real estate legal issues.

Dickson Frohlich assists buyers and sellers of commercial and residential property in real estate disputes throughout the Seattle area. From developers to mortgage lenders to homeowner associations, our team of litigators is ready to serve your legal needs. Our real estate dispute and mediation experience include the following:

Commercial Tenancy Matters – There is no single standard commercial lease. Disputes may arise from any number of issues, ranging from the amount of security deposit charged, to common maintenance responsibilities, to the right of habitability.
Easements and Boundary Disputes – Property owners often believe they know where their property lines really are or believe that their access rights are secure. Only if you or the owner of a neighboring property performs a land survey can you be 100% sure about your property boundaries. Land surveys may result in easements or boundary disputes.
Quiet Title Actions – Filed to establish ownership of real estate property, quiet title actions can be messy affairs. These disputes arise from properties that have changed ownership several times.
Real Estate Commission Disputes – Real estate commission disputes may arise from an agent or broker’s inability to collect fees, due to lack of proper documentation or ambiguous terms during the sale
Title Insurance Disputes – Title insurance protects against title search errors, undiscovered title defects, and losses that arise from disputes over property ownership once the property has been purchased. Most title problems arise through the rejection of the title by the buyer’s lender. When this happens, quick action is needed to find a mutually agreeable solution.

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Phone Number (206) 429-4418
Country United States of America
State/Province Washington
distance: 5,071 Miles
Address 2101 4th Avenue, Suite 1830 Seattle, WA 98121