Co-Op and Condo Disputes

New York City Co-Op and Condo Disputes Lawyer

If you reside in a New York City apartment building, co-op or condo, a legal dispute of any size or scope can hit you where you live – literally.

At the experienced, full-service real estate law offices of The Price Law Firm,, we relate to your anxiety over any co-op or condo dispute. We listen carefully to your version of events, and learn from what you tell us. We take that knowledge, blend it with our own command of co-op and condo law, then strive for the results you need, in or out of court.

We know the importance of relationships with condo boards. We know the kinds of issues that can arise with New York Cooperative Housing Corporations. We are clever negotiators and forceful litigators of your objectives. Our notable cases are published proof of those abilities.

From initial consultation to the positive outcome we always seek, you can count on maximum accessibility to us at this phone number: (212) 675-1125.

New York Co-Op & Condo Cases

The Price Law Firm’s legal team handles all matters and disputes affecting your New York home or real estate business, including:

  • Condo or co-op boards
  • Shareholders
  • Unit owners
  • Management agreements
  • Outside vendor contracts
  • By-laws
  • Rules and regulations
  • Leasing

For hard work toward swift, decisive, lasting resolutions of all legal matters related to co-op and condo living in New York, contact the full-service Manhattan condominium law offices of The Price Law Firm.

Arrange your initial free consultation with our skilled New York co-op and condo attorneys by calling (212) 675-1125. After-hours messages are promptly returned. We can also be reached by e-mail or fax.

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