Real Estate Litigators Making A Difference For Our Clients

Whether you are a renter or homeowner or someone purchasing a home, a dispute regarding your home is stressful. What happens when a dispute between neighbors turns into legal action? What about when you are buying a home and something goes wrong in the process? What if you are putting an addition on your home and have trouble with the contractor? When you have a real estate dispute, you need an attorney who understands real estate litigation.

Our attorneys have been trying cases in California for over 20 years. We understand the ins and outs of real estate transactions and laws. Having a knowledgeable attorney on your side during a dispute could make the biggest difference in the outcome of your case.

Call our Los Angeles office at 310-694-5424 to speak with a lawyer about your dispute.

Types Of Real Estate Cases We Represent

In California, real estate law covers many areas. We handle many different types of cases, including:

  • Easements, which involve the right to occupy your land, right of way
  • Jointly owned properties, including partition problems
  • Ownership disputes over a property held for an entity
  • Construction problems and defects
  • Construction contract problems
  • Breach of contract
  • Lender liability
  • Eminent domain
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Leasing disputes
  • Problems during the sale of a residential property
  • Foreclosure on a home mortgage
  • Boundary issues
  • Issues with neighbors
  • Malpractice of a real estate professional

Our attorneys are well-versed in the legal issues surrounding real estate and can assist you in settling your dispute.

Buying And Selling Real Estate Can Create Disputes

Residential purchase disputes can create real estate litigation because of the transfer of a larger asset from one owner to the other.

If you are buying a home, the seller can be held liable for several things such as:

  • Failure to disclose problems on seller's disclosure forms (nondisclosure)
  • Title issues
  • Quiet title action to establish ownership
  • Questions of ownership
  • Mechanic's liens
  • Faulty deed of trust to market the property
  • Broker transaction issues
  • Short sales

The buyer may also be held liable for certain things, such as if the buyer cancels the purchase of the property and losing earnest money if a sale falls through.

Legal Counsel To Protect Your Rights

If you become involved in a residential property dispute or other real estate dispute, our attorneys can help you navigate the legal process and protect your rights.

Call us to discuss your issue at 310-694-5424. You can also request a free consultation via email.