Khirallah PLLC - Dallas Real Estate Law

Texas Law Firm

Khirallah PLLC's goals are simple: assertive representation, innovative approaches, and effective results. Ms. Khirallah's experience and commitment enables her to efficiently and effectively represent you in virtually any type of real estate transaction or construction dispute.

Khirallah PLLC represents individuals and businesses in foreclosures and replevins, wrongful foreclosures, mortgage fraud, Deceptive Trade Practice Act violations, mechanic and materialmen's liens, landlord/tenant disputes, and owner financing transactions.

Practice Areas:

   Construction Defects
   Mortgage & Lender Litigation
   Title Insurance Claims
   Deed Restrictions
   Landlord/Tenant Disputes
   Owner-Financing Representation

http://www.khirallahpllc.com


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