Experience covering every real estate litigation situation


Parsons Behle & Latimer’s real estate litigation practice attorneys have significant experience litigating all of the many issues that affect real estate and its development, including real estate purchase contracts, mechanic’s liens, foreclosures, boundary disputes, construction disputes, HOA litigation, land use and zoning, easements, wrongful liens, condemnations (takings claims and inverse condemnation claims), partitions, fraudulent transfers, lender liability claims and landlord/tenant disputes. Our attorneys have successfully handled these matters in state and federal courts at both the trial and appellate level.

Parsons' real estate litigation attorneys have extensive experience representing title insurance underwriters and title insurance agencies in every aspect of their businesses, including title and escrow disputes and insurance coverage issues. Our attorneys also have vast experience representing lenders, mortgage servicers and related financial entities in all areas of mortgage-related law.

Parsons’ real estate litigation practice attorneys recognize that a lawsuit, and the reasons for it, can be a serious impediment to the success of a project. We have the resources necessary to resolve such disputes in a prompt and effective manner and the knowledge and creativity required to find unique solutions to our clients’ problems.


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In the Matter of the Estate of Gibson S. Peterson, Probate No. 21978A (Wyoming State Ct., Natrona County)

Defended client beneficiary's interests in probate dispute as lead and first-chair trial counsel.

Kittleson et al v. Star Valley Ranch Ass’n, Civil Action No. 2018-115-DC (Wyoming State Ct., Lincoln County)

Achieved merits ruling in favor of HOA client as lead and first-chair trial counsel.

Four B Properties, LLC v. The Nature Conservancy, 458 P.3d 832 (Wyo. 2020)

Argued successful dispositive motion and defended ruling upholding conservation easement as co-counsel on appeal before Wyoming Supreme Court.