San Luis Obispo County Real Estate Attorneys

Real Estate Attorneys San Luis Obispo County, CA - Schorr Law

Real Estate Attorneys San Luis Obispo County, CA - Schorr Law

Are you searching for real estate lawyers in San Luis Obispo County but just haven’t found the right firm yet? You are looking in the right direction if you’re reading this! While our real estate attorneys are not located in San Luis Obispo County, we are still able to help you with your dispute as we have local knowledge and have litigated several matters in San Luis Obispo County. Our attorneys at Schorr Law only practice real estate law. That’s it. Who better to represent you with your matter than a group of lawyers who specifically handle real estate disputes daily?

Whether you are seeking representation for an easement dispute, partition action, quiet title dispute, or purchase and sale dispute, our experienced real estate attorneys can help you with your dispute in San Luis Obispo County and other surrounding cities.

Schorr Law has real experience and real expertise in one area of law: real estate. If your current real estate attorney in San Luis Obispo or surrounding cities is not representing you the way you need them to, contact us to get an honest case evaluation. Our firm may still be able to represent you even if you are currently in litigation.

San Luis Obispo County Real Estate Law - FAQ's

Does Schorr Law Represent Clients in San Luis Obispo County?

Yes. Over the past 17+ years, Schorr Law has helped clients with their legal disputes throughout Northern, Central, and Southern California, including San Luis Obispo County. Schorr Law is taking clients in cities throughout Santa Luis Obispo County including: Paso Robles, Creston, Cayucos, Avila Beach, Los Ranchos, Woodlands, Pismo Beach, Morro Bay, Atascadero, Cambria, Los Berros, Nipomo, and more!

What Types of Matters Have been Handled by Schorr Law’s Real Estate Attorneys in San Luis Obispo County?

Schorr Law has handled many different types of matters in San Luis Obispo County. Some examples include, but are not limited to:

  • A lending dispute where our client alleged that there was a wrongful foreclosure on her property due to various lender errors.
  • A quiet title and deed of trust dispute where the lender recorded a deed of trust against a property that was not offered as security for the original loan and where the lender had taken its own action in crossing out the address on the deed of trust.
  • A real estate dispute involving the shared maintenance costs of an access road amongst various homeowners in a non-homeowner’s association community.
  • A purchase and sale dispute involving claims of non-disclosure and fraud for a multi-million dollar piece of real property where the buyers alleged there were Williamson Act problems. The case dealt with sellers, the local real estate agent and broker, landlord tenant issues, and Williamson Act compliance.

Is Schorr Law Up to Date on San Luis Obispo County’s Requirements?

Yes! We have become familiar with the courthouse requirements and continue to stay up to date with different city courthouse requirements.

How Can Schorr Law Represent Me if I’m in a Different City?

Schorr Law’s real estate attorneys are easily able to represent clients throughout the state of California. With technology playing a big role in not only communicating with, but appearing in court remotely, it is now easier than ever to represent clients living in another city, or even state! Moreover, more and more courts are encouraging if not requiring remote appearance so this makes appearing in court no easy matter. That said, we still like to go in person for important hearings and trial and have done so on many occasions.

Why Should You Choose Schorr Law Over Other Real Estate Litigation Attorneys in San Luis Obispo County?

That is easy. If you are looking for a real estate attorney to handle your matter in San Luis Obispo County, look for a 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 see our expertise yourselves.

How Can I Schedule a Consultation with one of your Real Estate Attorneys?

That is easy. You can either give us a call at (310) 954-1877 where you will be transferred to speak with our intake coordinator, or you can send us a direct message here. Our intake coordinator will get back to you and help you schedule a consultation or answer any non-legal questions you may have. Consultations can be done over the phone, in person (availability varies), or through Zoom.

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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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