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Real Estate Law

The lawyers of Montoya Hinckley provide high-quality representation for clients with real estate law issues. Real estate law is an area of law that involves varying and sometimes complicated issues related to real property, houses and residential structures, commercial buildings, and other structures and improvements on real property. Our attorneys advise and represent clients on real estate issues including:

  • Purchase and Sale Agreements
  • Real Estate Contracts
  • Residential Construction
  • Title
  • Environmental Law
  • Damage to Real Property
  • Easements
  • Boundary Disputes
  • Commercial Construction
  • Leases
  • Land Use
  • Trespass to Real Property
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Real Property Development
  • Liens
  • Real Estate Financing
  • Mining Permits, Applications, and Reclamation
  • Landlord Tenant Law

Client Testimonial

”Very easy to work with and knowledgeable. The staff is always friendly and eager to assist in any way. Thank you again Kevan and staff I know I couldn’t have gotten the results I did with out you.” – Amie Marquez (Google Review)

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Attorney Kevan Montoya

Attorney Kevan MontoyaFor over thirty years, Mr. Montoya has successfully represented clients in litigation involving multi-million dollar cases involving wrongful death, employment and business and commercial disputes. He regularly counsels businesses in Yakima and Central Washington on employment policies and helps businesses train employees regarding employment law compliance. He regularly speaks on employment issues. [ Attorney Bio ]

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    If you suffered injuries because of another person's negligence, you have a specific amount of time to take legal action. If you try to file a lawsuit, the defendant will file a motion to dismiss the case for being outside the statute of limitations. If you attempt settlement negotiations after the statute runs, the defendant may send a letter to "

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