Real Estate Attorney in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Complications with property disputes, between landlord and tenants, ejectments, adverse possession, and real estate sales gone bad can be extremely stressful to handle by yourself. If you are a victim of any of these situations, contact me at Allegheny Attorneys at Law immediately. I serve clients in Allegheny County, Butler County, Westmoreland County, Beaver County, Armstrong County, & Washington County, Pennsylvania.

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Marc V. Taiani

Attorney at Law

When you are involved in a real estate dispute or setback, it may seem as if there is no end, but I’m here to help. With my communication skills, background, and experience in real estate law, I can provide reliable legal guidance. 

Real estate matters can be contentious and subject to complicated legalities. I will protect your interests and help advance your goals. From my office in Pittsburgh, I serve clients throughout Pennsylvania.

Attorney Marc Taiani

Do I need a real estate attorney?

Yes, your peace and mind and best interests are at stake.

It is essential to know your rights when dealing with real estate law. Without taking the proper steps in your specific situation, you may end up in a more complex matter. At Allegheny Attorneys at Law, I know how to approach each situation. You need top-notch legal counsel to protect your best interests.

What an Attorney Brings to a Real Estate Law

  • Guide You Through Disputes

    Common real estate disputes include acquisition disputes, zoning and land use issues, disputes with municipalities and government agencies, commercial lease disputes, title claims and insurance disputes, restrictive covenants and deeds, and adverse possession claims. I’m here to help you every step of the way.

  •  Protect Your Investments

    At Allegheny Attorneys at Law, I understand the investment, both financial and personal, that is involved in real estate. I will fight to protect what is legally yours and help you maintain what you've worked so hard to acquire.

  • Help You Understand Your Rights

    In Pennsylvania, in order to legally evict tenants or recover any funds paid under a lease, you are required to go to court. Therefore, I am here to help you understand your rights and can walk you towards the correct path.

Don't Face Disputes Alone

What I Bring

Constant Availability 

You can contact me whenever a question or issue arises. Just because it’s a weekend or holiday doesn’t mean your real estate dispute needs to wait. I’m here for you 24/7. 

Clear Communication 

When an issue arises with real estate law, it can be extremely confusing. I’ll explain everything to you in clear and understandable terms.

Personalized Attention 

When you enlist me as your real estate transaction attorney, I’ll be there for you on a one-on-one basis. Your issues won’t be shuffled off to paralegals or other attorneys. 

Let’s work together to avoid delays, disputes and setbacks.

Some states, but not Pennsylvania, require a three-day attorney review period at the end of a real estate transaction. That can help the buyer and seller understand the agreement. But, it is essential to rely on the guidance and counsel of an experienced real estate attorney from start to finish.