Real Estate & Land Use Appellate Attorney

Attorney William Driscoll handles a wide variety of real estate and land use issues on appeal, including:

  • • Adverse possession
  • • Breach of contract
  • • Condominium dispute
  • • Construction dispute
  • • Contractor dispute
  • • Easement dispute
  • • Eminent domain
  • • Environmental dispute
  • • Historic preservation
  • • Mobile home and manufactured housing
  • • Partition
  • • Real estate tax abatement
  • • Water rights or great pond dispute
  • • Zoning

Litigation in the trial court is often a zero-sum game with a winner and a loser. The stakes are typically very high, therefore one party will be pleased with the judgment while the other certainly will not. Appealing the judgment is the first thought, but an appeal is not a new trial.

An appeal is a review of what occurred in during the trial court litigation to ensure that "fairness" resulted. The decision to appeal is simple. But the decision to then enter the appeal in the appellate court should be an informed decision by an experienced appellate attorney.