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Roseville Partition Lawyers

Roseville, the largest city in Placer County, is a regional shopping destination. The City of Roseville regularly ranks near the top of best places to live and best places to retire. Placer County, California, where Roseville is located, has been ranked Number 1 for Quality of Life in California.

As a growing city, Roseville has seen a lot of development in its real estate markets, including in real estate investment of vacant plots of land. Unfortunately, a Roseville Partition Attorney can tell you that investing in land with other owners does not always go smoothly.

When a real estate investment turns sour, sometimes one owner wants to sell while another owner wants to hold onto the land out of the belief that it will eventually be worth more over time. When co-owners of real estate cannot agree, then an owner of jointly owned real estate may benefit from meeting with a Roseville Partition Lawyer.

The city is home to the Roseville Telephone Museum, which displays telephone and telephone technology from the early 1890s up to the present. The city also houses the Carnegie Museum, which provides walking tours of historic Roseville, and the Carnegie Library, the city’s first permanent library funded by Andrew Carnegie in 1912. Once home to the Maidu Indians, the Maidu Interpretive Center and Historic Site offers guided museum tours highlighting ancient Nisenan Indian culture.

In California, there are three different methods of partition. Specifically, there is partition by sale, partition by appraisal, and partition by division in kind. Generally, the most common type of partition is partition by private sale. Determining the best type of partition, however, can be difficult and so a discussion with a Roseville Partition Attorney can provide insight into the property owner’s best options.

The settlement was originally a stage coach station called Griders. In 1864, according to the Roseville Historical Society, the Central Pacific Railroad tracks were constructed northeastward from Sacramento. The meeting spot of the tracks between Central Pacific and the California Central Railroad line was named “Junctions,” which later became known as Roseville. The city was a railroad town for decades, with the railroads employing 20 percent of the population in 1929. Although Roseville has outgrown its small railroad town beginnings, the Union Pacific Railroad is still the sixth-largest employer in the city.

Frequently, there at least four common types of partition actions for which a Roseville Partition Lawyer can provide good counsel:

  • Investor-Investor shared ownership of property;
  • Non-Married Partners shared ownership of property;
  • Brother-Sister shared ownership of property; and
  • Parent-Child shared ownership of property; and

Each of these situations, however, presents different difficulties and challenges. As each situation is unique, an owner of shared property may benefit from a consultation with a Roseville Partition Attorney. As lawyers who frequently practice in this area, the lawyers at Underwood Law Firm, P.C. are available to assist with all types of partition actions.

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