Kern County Real Estate Attorneys


Real Estate Attorneys | Kern County - Schorr Law

The Kern County real estate attorneys at Schorr Law are not like others that generalize in various areas of law. Our attorneys focus on one area of law only — real estate. This focus has allowed our attorneys to understand the real nuances of real estate disputes. This comes from having to continually brainstorm and craft new strategies and theories for each incoming matter. We believe this skill set sets us apart from other Real Estate attorneys servicing Kern County who may dabble in real estate but do not possess the depth of experience and institutional knowledge.

According to the 2021 Census, Kern County has an estimated population of over 900,000 people living in over 300,000 homes. With 10 courthouses throughout the county, our attorneys have the most experience handling matters with the Kern County Assessor's Office as well as Kern County's Hall of Records. Some of the civil matters that our real estate attorneys have handled in Kern County are partitions, real estate fraud, and ownership disputes to name a few.

Real Estate Law FAQ's - Kern County

Does Schorr Law Represent Clients in Kern County?

Yes. Our real estate attorneys represent clients in Kern County.  We are familiar with the local rules and have filed matters in the Kern County.

What Types of Real Estate Matters Has Schorr Law Handled in Kern County?

Below is a list of some of the types of matters Schorr Law has in Kern County which include, but are not limited to:

  • Partition dispute concerning fractional interest in over 100 acres of land being used by parties for commercial purposes;
  • Eminent domain dispute involving multi-party interests over land being taken by Southern California Edison for a substation;
  • Ownership dispute concerning residential real estate;
  • Lending dispute concerning wrongful foreclosure without proper notice to borrower

Are You Up to Date on Different County Requirements in Kern County?

Yes, we have had real estate cases in Kern County and know the requirements well. We also like to stay up to date on changes and court updates.

How Can You Represent Me if You Don’t Have a Real Estate Law Office in Kern County?

While our real estate attorneys are not located in Kern County, Schorr Law represents clients throughout the State of California on all sorts of real estate disputes.   Now most appearances in court are video appearances, but we still like going to court when needed and have no problem going to court in Kern County.  That said our remote capabilities allow us to practice in Kern County with no extra cost for routine court appearances.

Why Should You Choose Schorr Law Over Other Real Estate Attorneys in Kern County?

That's simple. If you're looking for a real estate attorney to handle your matter in Kern County, look for the firm that does real estate law as an expertise, not a general practice. Not only does Schorr Law focus on real estate law, but it is all we do. Schorr Law is not like other firms that generalize in different areas of law. Our real estate attorneys are known as experts in the field by many which is why we are frequently sought after to not only provide legal commentary on national news and media outlets, but also sought out to present at national educational seminars. We invite you to call our office and schedule a consultation with one of our lead attorneys so that you can test our expertise yourselves.

Zachary Schorr - Lead Real Estate Trial Attorney


Lead Trial Attorney

Carina Woo - Real Estate Attorney


Experienced Associate

Francis Woo - Real Estate Attorney at Schorr Law

Francis Wong

Experienced Associate

Paul Sande - Real Estate Attorney at Schorr Law

Paul Sande

Experienced Associate

Jayant Tripathy Real Estate Attorney at Schorr Law

Jayant Tripathy

Experienced Associate

Office Address

Schorr Law, A Professional Corporation

1901 Avenue of the Stars, Suite 615
Los Angeles, California 90067

Telephone: (310) 954-1877
Text: (323) 487-7533
Fax: (310) 402-5972

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