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Complex Real Estate Litigation

Complex Real Estate Litigation

At Neff & Boyer, P.C., we have extensive experience working with real estate agents, brokers, contractors, lenders, and residential and commercial property owners in real estate proceedings. We are trial attorneys who understand the significance and costs of litigation. We will work aggressively to obtain a favorable and cost-effective resolution that allows you to return to business as usual as quickly as possible.

Lawyers Representing Clients Throughout Southern Arizona

The real estate litigation attorneys at Neff & Boyer, P.C., handle issues involving:

Certified Real Estate Specialist

Senior Partner, Jeffery Neff, is a certified Real Estate Specialist with the Arizona Board of Legal Specialization. He has maintained this designation since 1986, and over the course of his career has successfully handled hundreds of real estate cases. He and our real estate team have a proven reputation handling highly complex real estate matters.

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You can reach Neff & Boyer, P.C., by calling 520-722-8030 or by completing a contact form located on our Contact page. Flexible appointments are available by request. From our office in Tucson, we handle real estate matters throughout all surrounding areas.

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Please call 520-623-4353 or complete an online form to schedule your first meeting. Located in Tucson, we serve clients throughout the surrounding Arizona communities.

Neff & Boyer, P.C., is based in Tucson, Arizona. Our attorneys handle cases across Arizona including Ajo, Willcox, Marana, Benson, Sierra Vista, Nogales and other surrounding areas, including Pima County, Cochise County, Pinal County, Santa Cruz County and beyond.

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