Real Estate Law
Real Estate Law and Litigation
Our firm provides complete and comprehensives services for property owners, landlords, property management companies, and real estate professionals in communities throughout the Central Valley and Sacramento. With over 28 years of experience, we are recognized as providing individualized attention to details and a proactive approach to resolving all real estate problems.
We offer transactional and litigation support for our clients in matters concerning both residential and commercial real property. Our clients include contractors and developers, real estate brokers and agents, and buyers and sellers. We handle litigation of real estate disputes, including breach of contract and tort issues arising from transactions, for both plaintiffs and defendants. We represent clients through all stages of litigation, including trials and appeals in both State and Federal Court. We also offer mediation services and quality representation for parties involved in private arbitrations.
Real Estate Professionals
We have also represented agents and brokers involved in litigation of professional negligence claims. We have rendered opinions to real estate brokers involved in complex transactional issues. We have assisted with the acquisition and disposition of property, title issues, leasing, entitlement, and escrow matters. We have handled a variety of construction defect claims on behalf of general contracts and developers, and subcontractors.
Our real estate transactional practice includes drafting and reviewing contracts and leases, purchase agreements, financing documents, title and escrow documents. We are also experienced trial attorneys in disputes such as quiet title, boundary and encroachment disputes, adjoining landowner disputes, residence and commercial evictions for landlords, construction defects, failure to disclose defects with property, partition and co-owner actions, including tenant-in-common disputes, declaratory relief actions, foreclosure and related financing disputes, predatory lending, and easement disputes.