Updated on September 13, 2021
At Schorr Law our Los Angeles Real Estate attorneys really do have a different approach to the practice of law. Beyond being very knowledgeable in all types of real estate matters because we have a highly concentrated practice area (real estate), we also like to draw. You may wonder how does drawing matter? It matters because we are constantly analyzing the strategy in our cases based on the applicable law, the procedural posture and the facts of the case.
One of the best ways we re-analyze a case is to diagram it out through case schematics. We typically invite our clients in to a drawing strategy sessions where we draw out our strategy. After all, one of the best things we can do for our clients is be proactive with our strategy and make sure that the client completely understands all that we have thought through in a visual way in order for our real estate attorneys to maximize the chances for success in each case.
Drawing or diagramming often leads to break throughs in case strategy. Equally important, it gives our clients and lawyers the opportunity to diagram their case so that they get a visual understanding of both the facts and law. After all, as active real estate attorneys all of our cases involve real property. And, many of our easement cases require us to understand a survey or a map.
Ultimately, when a case ends up in court, it is very important that our real estate attorneys be able to describe the law, the facts and really the lay of the land to the judge in a simple way. In fact, in a recent trial involving complex legal issues at various jurisdictional levels, we diagramed the law for the judge as part of our legal brief. This helped lead to a positive result for our client at the very start of trial.
To inquire about a free consultation (including coming in for a diagram of your case) please contact us today. We really enjoy learning about our clients cases and utilizing our well developed knowledge of real estate law to help our clients. Give us a call at (310) 954-1877, or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also send us a text to (323) 487-7533 or use our Contact Form to send us a message.