Our real estate attorneys in California specialize in many real estate practice areas. Some of these include:
Real Estate Litigation and Trial: As California real estate litigation attorneys, our firm has extensive experience in real estate litigation, including breach of contract, fraud, and non-disclosure claims.
Partition Actions: Our California Partition attorneys, it is our job to get you through your partition action. Whether the dispute is between family members, business partners, friends, or other co-owners, these disputes can be complex and emotionally charged. Our California partition attorneys are here to represent you all the way through.
Quiet Title Actions: Our California quiet title attorneys are focused on achieving our clients' goals through strategic and thoughtful analysis to get you your quiet title. Quiet Title disputes can arise when there are competing claims to ownership or use of a property, and can be complex and time-consuming to resolve. Thankfully, our California quiet title attorneys have navigated through may of these types of disputes for our clients.
Purchase and Sale Disputes: As California purchase and sale dispute attorneys, we help clients with their purchase and sale disputes whether it is for a commercial or residential property. Disputes such as non-disclosure and specific performance are some of the areas our attorneys offer representation in.
Real Estate Fraud: As California real estate fraud attorneys, our focus is on representing clients who have been the victims of fraudulent real estate transactions. These types of cases can involve a wide range of fraudulent activities, including misrepresentation of property values, failure to disclose material defects, mortgage fraud, and more.
Easement Disputes: Schorr Law’s California easement dispute attorneys specialize in resolving conflicts related to easements. Easements are legal rights that allow one party to use another party's property for a specific purpose. Disputes can arise when the parties are seeking an easement, disagree on the scope or extent of the easement, or when one party believes the other has violated the terms of the easement agreement. Our California Easement dispute attorneys have the expertise to negotiate, mediate, or litigate these conflicts.