Freeman & Fuson represents both builders and homeowners in construction disputes. It is not unusual for disputes to arise when someone is building a home. Most of those disputes are resolved without the need for the involvement of an attorney. However, Freeman & Fuson urges people who are building a home to consult an attorney for the review of any contract they have been asked to execute. Freeman & Fuson also urges builders who do not have contracts to obtain written agreements with the homeowner so that everyone understands what the terms of the agreement are. By doing so, both the homeowner and the builder will eliminate most of the potential disputes that could arise. Nevertheless, should the homeowner or the builder find themselves in a dispute, Freeman & Fuson is here to help.