Natalie Klyashtorny Appointed Partition Master
Written by: Alan Nochumson
As a Master, she will facilitate the division and sale of real property and the apportionment of the proceeds between the prior owners.
What is a Partition Action?
A partition action is a lawsuit in which a court determines whether a property with two or more owners is to be partitioned or sold. When two or more owners cannot agree on the disposition of the property in question, any of the owners can file a partition action in the appropriate court.
To initiate a partition action in Pennsylvania, a co-owner must file a partition complaint at the Court of Common Pleas in the county in which the property is located. The partition complaint will include the names of the co-owners, the property description, the co-owners interest in the property. The partition complaint will also often include claims for damages, such as taxes, mortgage payments, maintenance, or other property-related expenses.
Learn more about partition action in Pennsylvania here.
About Natalie Klyashtorny
Natalie Klyashtorny is a Shareholder of Nochumson P.C., where her practice focuses on business and commercial counseling and litigation and employment law. In addition to litigating in both state and federal courts, Natalie counsels and represents individuals and small and medium-sized businesses in commercial transactions, real estate disputes, business disputes, and with regards to their employment and workforce issues.
She is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the State of New Jersey, the District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and the District Court for the District of New Jersey.
Natalie received her undergraduate degree from American University and graduated from Temple University School of Law.