We can assist you with quiet title and partition actions.
Quiet title and partition actions are legal processes pertaining to real estate law. These actions are often used to resolve disputes related to the ownership or use of real property. The purpose of quiet title and partition actions is to establish or confirm the title to a particular piece of real property and to “quiet” or eliminate any competing claims or uncertainties regarding the ownership of the property.
Quiet title and partition actions are often initiated when there is a cloud on the title. This means that there are conflicting claims, disputes, or uncertainties regarding ownership. When this process is initiated, it can help clear up any issues and establish a clear, marketable title.
At Johnson DuRant, LLC, our law firm regularly works on cases involving quiet title and partition actions. If you are invested in a property and there are competing claims to the title, we can represent your best interests and manage the legal aspect of clearing the title.
We help with quiet title and partition actions for clients located in Manning, Sumter, and Santee, South Carolina and the surrounding areas of Clarendon County and Orangeburg County. We have a strong reputation for providing excellent, focused legal service and working through quiet title and partition actions with diligence.
Quiet title and partition actions usually involve filing a lawsuit in court, and we can help with all phases of this legal process. To learn more about our law firm or to set up a consultation with our legal team, reach out to us today.