JOHN MILLER: We handle a wide variety of real estate litigation at Fitch, from purchase and sale agreements that have gone awry, to title disputes, boundary disputes and adverse possession cases, construction disputes, among other.
JENNIFER E. GREANEY: Our real estate dispute practice is often a fast-paced practice. Real estate disputes very often require immediate action in court.
JONATHAN W. FITCH: The land court, which sits here in Boston but has jurisdiction throughout Massachusetts, is our trial court that deals exclusively with problems affecting title and interests in real property. Part of what we do and frankly something that we enjoy doing is responding to the immediate needs of a client who comes to us with an urgent problem.
JENNIFER E. GREANEY: Most real estate litigants will be better served by an attorney who has a depth of knowledge related to real estate. At Fitch, we have a depth of experience and we have a comfort level that really helps us get up to speed on our clients' cases quickly.