San Bernardino Real Estate Attorneys


San Bernardino Real Estate Attorneys - Schorr Law

Having a hard time finding a real estate attorney in San Bernardino who only specializes in real estate law? While Schorr Law’s real estate attorneys may not be located in San Bernardino, we can and have helped clients who live, own, or are having a property dispute in San Bernardino and surrounding cities. Our real estate attorneys have handled many real estate disputes in San Bernardino County such as probate disputes, purchase and sale disputes, and quiet title disputes to name a few.

According to the Census, San Bernardino County has a population of over 222,000 people. The number of households is over 61,000, which can bring a lot of purchase and sale disputes, lot line disputes, real estate fraud disputes, and more!

Some of the cities we serve within San Bernardino county California are: San Bernardino, Fontana, Victorville, Rancho, Cucamonga, Ontario, and Crestline to name a few.

 San Bernardino Real Estate Law - FAQ's

Does Schorr Law Represent Clients in San Bernardino?

Yes. Over the past 17+ years Schorr Law has helped many clients with their legal disputes. We have experience with matters and have been in contact with the San Bernardino court as well.

Types of Matters Handled By Our Real Estate Lawyers in San Bernardino County?

Our San Bernardino real estate lawyers handle real estate disputes throughout San Bernardino County and all over California.

Here is a list of the types of matters that our real estate attorneys can help you with:

Are You Up To Date On Different County Requirements?

We have handled an extensive amount of litigation in San Bernardino County. Accordingly, we are familiar with local rules and filing for court proceedings. Moreover, because we frequently handle matters in San Bernardino we are active within the court filing system and can quickly process filings.

How Can You Represent Me if You Are in A Different City Within California?

Easily, we represent clients all over the State of California. We can do phone/zoom meetings or meet in person at the property at issue. We are frequently in San Bernardino County, making meetings easy and in today’s modern practice of law, a large amount of your case regardless of what city you are in, and regardless of an attorney’s proximity to a courthouse, are done remotely. The practice of law has evolved with the pandemic making it easier to pick the counsel of your choice and the best counsel regardless of their location in California.

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

That is easy. If you are looking for a real estate attorney to handle your matter in San Bernardino County, look for the firm that does your area of 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 various areas of law. Our 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.

Our Team - San Bernardino Real Estate Lawyers

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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