Can I File a Partition Lawsuit Without a Lawyer in Florida?
When multiple individuals co-own a property, such as siblings inheriting a house or individuals purchasing property together, it is essential for them to make joint decisions regarding the property’s disposition. However, disagreements can arise, and the joint owners may find it challenging to reach an agreement. In such cases, filing a partition lawsuit becomes necessary to resolve the matter.
Under Florida law, a partition is achieved by one or more co-owners of a property filing a civil lawsuit. While it is possible to file a partition lawsuit without a lawyer or “Pro Se” in Florida, it is highly recommended to seek the assistance of an experienced partition attorney. The process can become complex, and having a knowledgeable litigator on your side can help protect your interests and maximize your recovery. While there are expenses associated with legal representation, the proceeds from the sale can, in certain instances, cover these expenses.
About Messina Law Group, P.A.
We are a reputable and experienced full-service law firm operating in the State of Florida. Our team is available to provide answers to any questions regarding an Action for Partition. We strive to serve each client to the best of our ability and ensure that their interests are always protected. Whether your situation involves probate or a traditional co-ownership arrangement, we are the perfect choice for filing a Complaint for Partition.
For a free consultation, please call us at 813) 492-7798. You can find us located at 2550 Permit Place, New Port Richey, Florida, and we also offer other convenient locations available by appointment.