For the past nearly 12 years, the real estate attorneys at Schorr Law have dedicated themselves to mastering the craft of real estate litigation. Unlike other law firms, Schorr Law has one focus, and one specialty — real estate. By developing this expertise in real estate, our attorneys understand the subtle nuances of real estate matters to a depth and degree that only comes through constantly crafting new theories and strategies to meet our client’s specific real estate needs. We firmly believe this specialized skill set sets us apart from other attorneys in Los Angeles who may dabble in real estate but do not possess the depth of experience and institutional knowledge.
There is no routine case at Schorr Law. Instead, we develop a case specific approach for each matter that focuses on our clients’ goals along side a very active cost/benefit analysis. This means you will get a custom approach to your case. Our attorneys are constantly crafting new and creative strategies to help our clients achieve the best results possible even if through unusual approaches at times. We are ready to provide you with an energetic, results—oriented, system of dispute resolution that has lead to an enormous amount of success since the firm’s founding in 2005.
Because of our highly specialized knowledge and our record of success, the attorneys at Schorr Law are frequently sought out for legal commentary in television and print media, to provide expert advice and to lead high profile litigation. Our attorneys have also published articles on real estate matters and frequently lecture on real estate matters to provide continuing education to attorneys nationwide.
Mr. Schorr leads Schorr Law, A Professional Corporation in Southern California. Read More
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