Real Estate Purchase & Sales Disputes Attorneys in Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles & Orange County Real Estate Purchases Disputes

When buying or selling real estate, plenty of issues can arise which is why we highly recommend that you always hire a Real Estate Attorney to advise you throughout the transaction. Real Estate Brokers & Agents cannot give you legal advice and are only focused on getting the sale through as quickly as possible. Despite the fact that a Real Estate Agent will likely tell you to agree to certain clauses or addendum, if you rely on their bad advice you cannot sue them afterward! They are protected legally from complaints of providing “legal advice” even if it was horrible advice. Meanwhile hiring a Real Estate Attorney to advise you what to sign and what not to sign only costs a fraction of what your Real Estate Agent ends up collecting in commissions.

A seller/buyer might want to back out, or a buyer/seller may want to force a sale or seek damages. Our Real Estate Attorneys can help you before, during, or after a transaction to represent you and protect your interests, including litigation if needed. Our attorneys have experience in negotiating with buyers and sellers and in providing advice as to the best options for our clients.

Avoiding a lawsuit is the best option, however, if a lawsuit cannot be avoided our Trial Attorneys are ready to help you file a lawsuit or defend against one. We provide a broad range of Real Estate Litigation Services to protect your interests and reach a favorable outcome for our clients.

We also provide Mediation, Arbitration, and Negotiation options before a lawsuit is filed.

Give us a call today and ask about our free* 30-minute legal consultation offer.

Our team of Real Estate Attorneys has handled and won cases throughout California including Los Angeles, Ventura, San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange County, and San Diego counties.

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  • Usury Laws Violations

  • Real Estate Agent/Broker Misrepresentations

  • Easement/Boundary Disputes

  • Construction Defects

  • Eminent Domain

  • Adverse Possession

  • Grant Deeds/Quitclaim Deeds

  • Debt Negotiations/Collections

  • Appellate Litigation

  • Eviction Defense