Hirst Applegate has significant experience in all aspects of real estate matters, including purchase and sale, financing, development, landlord-tenant, foreclosure, and real estate related litigation. The firm has particular expertise in property development and construction; negotiation of conservation easements, surface leases and water rights; oil & gas matters (including representation of producers, royalty owners, and surface owners); and 1031 exchanges.
If a client is facing litigation, Hirst Applegate attorneys efficiently and effectively provide representation in all types of real estate related disputes and in all Wyoming courts, including judicial and non-judicial foreclosures, enforcement of contracts for deed, title and boundary disputes, breach of restrictive covenants, and breach of contracts relating to real estate.
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"Lindsay Woznick, a Partner with Hirst Applegate, recently co-presented at the 2017 Rocky Mountain Law Foundation Special Institute on Oil & Gas Agreements: Surface Use in the 21st Century in Westminister, Colorado. Lindsay, and her co-presenter, Randy Reed,...read more
On April 4, 2017, the Wyoming Supreme Court issued an Order Approving Consent Agreement confirming and adopting the Wyoming State Bar Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee’s (“Committee”) Consent Agreement in the matter of Razor City Realty, Kevin Beck (Responsible...read more
Partner Billie Addleman recently represented a real estate broker before the Wyoming Real Estate Commission (WREC). The client, a licensed broker, was the subject of a licensing complaint from another real estate broker arising from the client’s involvement in...read more
Billie Addleman and Mandy Good recently won an appeal to the Wyoming Supreme Court regarding a fraud and conspiracy to commit fraud claim against their client, a Wyoming realtor. Plaintiff also pleaded claims of loss of enjoyment of life and punitive damages. Hirst...read more
On December 22, 2010, the Cheyenne City Council appointed Lindsay A. Woznick to the Cheyenne Planning Commission to serve for a three year term. The Cheyenne Planning Commission is an appointed citizen body whose purpose is to promote the health, safety and general...read more