Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Disputes
As the affordable housing crisis has grown in recent years, disputes among partners or investors of the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) projects have only exasperated it. Often in these disputes not-for-profit and for-profit developers focused on maintaining or preserving affordable housing are left vulnerable because many do not know their rights.
Working with developers from the early stages of development, we understand your unique challenges. Whether enforcing your right of first refusal or litigating your right to exit an investment, Goldstein Hall is singularly positioned to vigorously defend and enforce developers’ rights. The result is holistic legal representation at every stage of the development process.
Our LIHTC Dispute practice group concentrates in defending not-for-profit and for-profit developers against partners or investors attempting to circumvent your rights.
Mindful of developers’ varying degrees of dispute, our practice group is a blend of transactional attorneys and litigators ready to protect our clients—over telephone conferences, reaching out to agencies, or in court. Goldstein Hall is one of the leading law firms representing developers in LIHTC disputes across the country.
As the Federal government recognized the indispensable need for affordable housing when it created LIHTC, Goldstein Hall recognizes the critical role developers play as stewards of affordable housing and is prepared to fight on your behalf.