When Property Disputes Arise
Many things lead to real estate litigation. Well-intentioned people make mistakes. Dishonest people commit fraud. Buyers, sellers, property owners, brokers — anyone involved in real estate transactions — can find themselves involved in a dispute. If you need a real estate litigation attorney in the Inland Empire, you can turn to me. With 33 years of legal experience, I will guide you to a resolution through negotiation, mediation or litigation.
Types of Real Estate Litigation
As a former real estate agent, I have a depth of knowledge regarding the responsibilities of buyers, sellers and brokers. As your lawyer, I will zealously protect your interests in real estate litigation involving:
Breach of contract, non-disclosure or fraud —
The decision to buy real estate involves spending a significant amount of money. If you made that decision based on lies you were told by the seller, I will thoroughly investigate the situation and protect your rights.
Easement disputes —
In rural California, many of us take the way we access our property for granted. If a new neighbor has cut off your access, or if your property is in jeopardy because of constant traffic, I will help you protect your interests.
Boundary disputes —
Boundary disputes come up for many reasons. Good intentions often lead to mistakes, and when a survey is conducted, those mistakes come to light. I will help you understand your rights and accomplish your goals if you are involved in a boundary dispute.
Quiet title actions —
Too often, property owners who want to sell their real estate discover problems with their title. I understand the issues that often arise in Riverside County, and I will help you clear up the title to your property.
Broker or fiduciary negligence and fraud —
Many good people are facing foreclosure or skyrocketing mortgage payments because loan officers, brokers or other fiduciaries have taken advantage of them. If you are a victim of this kind of fraud, I will help you stop the foreclosure action and negotiate your loan.
Construction disputes —
Defective construction claims and non-payment often lead to mechanic's liens. I represent property owners and general contractors seeking to remove inappropriate liens.
If you are involved in any of these issues, call 951-301-6200 or contact us online to schedule an appointment. We will take the time to understand the issues that led to your situation and offer creative solutions to protect your interests.