Business & Real Estate Litigation
Matthew Momtahan began his professional career as a land use planner for a fast-growing west Georgia county where he learned the ins and outs of real estate development and dealing with local government. Matthew began his legal career at a specialized litigation firm in downtown Atlanta where he served an array of clients including individuals, corporations, and limited liability companies in an assortment of cases including business litigation, contract litigation, commercial litigation, and real estate litigation. Matthew was then able to mesh his knowledge of real estate and his skills as a litigator at a real estate litigation firm in Buckhead where he represented individuals, homeowners, landowners, builders, developers, contractors, and real estate agents in numerous cases dealing with contract litigation, transaction litigation, development litigation, construction litigation, local government litigation, and real estate rights litigation.
Now, Matthew brings his deep knowledge of business and real estate litigation home to west Georgia where he assists his clients in navigating the complexities of all types of litigation including business lawsuits, contract lawsuits, development lawsuits, construction lawsuits, collections lawsuits, boundary line lawsuits, trespass claims, nuisance claims, ejectment actions, landlord-tenant lawsuits, dispossessories, quiet title actions, adverse possession claims, partition actions, procuring cause (quantum meruit) claims, tax lien claims, contractor liens, wrongful foreclosure claims, and land use and zoning representation.
Beware, that Georgia law may limit the time period in which a business or real estate case can be brought As such, it is important that you contact an attorney as soon as possible after discover the possibility of a dispute to make sure your legal rights are protected. Call the Momtahan Law Firm at 470-284-2500 for a free consultation.
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