Decades of experience in real estate litigation and disputes, land title disputes, title insurance defense matters, and trial and appellate litigation.

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Perry Cockerell, P.C.

Dallas, Texas Law Firm

Perry Cockerell, P.C. handles a broad range of real estate litigation and disputes, land title disputes, title insurance defense matters, and general trial and appellate litigation in state and federal courts.

The firm defends land titles and handles boundary disputes, adverse possession claims, real estate foreclosure disputes, wrongful foreclosure claims, claims against lienholders and property owners, defense of deceptive trade practice claims against owners and builders, builder dispute claims, claims involving mechanic’s liens, constitutional liens, and disputes involving landlords and property management companies. 

The firm also represents title insurance companies and defends insureds under their title insurance policies when claims are made against their policy. The firm is approved by multiple national title insurance companies. The firm also represents banks with liens, handles disputes over access easements, disputes over access to public and private roads, and boundary disputes and defends lienholders in enforcing their liens against their collateral. This practice has brought the principal in the firm, Perry Cockerell, to all state and federal courts including bankruptcy courts. 

In addition, the firm has an active appellate practice handling suits in state and federal appellate courts.

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Perry has helped thousands of clients solve difficult problems for over thirty-eight years through his trial and appellate litigation experience. Clients trust him with their problems because of his expertise and his care about their best interests.

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