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Real Property Transactions: Welcome


Real estate gives rise to many different types of disputes. We can help you handle them.


It’s difficult to predict when another party to a real estate transaction may have a change of heart or financial position. With escrow deposits at risk and property rights in the balance, a real estate attorney with transaction and litigation experience is a great asset in contract and escrow disputes. Our real property attorneys will help you protect and enforce your contractual rights and hopefully resolve the dispute in a way that is conscious of time, fees and stress.



If you are a property owner facing foreclosure, your unique situation will determine how your real estate litigation attorney will handle your case. This may include buying time to modify or refinance your loan, defending the case in court or a short sale if you’re upside-down. No matter what, you want an experienced real property attorney.



Many people don’t realize the breadth and scope of title and lien theory in real property law. Title insurance coverage is complex, involving different rights and obligations for each party. Hiring a knowledgeable real property attorney is imperative should you find yourself faced with the possibility of title insurance litigation. It’s a very small world in the title insurance community, and we know the players and the companies involved.

We represent agents and brokerages in matters ranging from commission disputes to ethics violations.

We’re a leading expert witness for legal cases involving real property transactions and title insurance issues.

Allow our firm to assist you with planning your estate or administering the probate process.


We offer legal services to support buyers and sellers in residential and commercial transactions.

We handle many different types of real property disputes, from contract/escrow issues to foreclosures/title lien disputes.

We review all types of leases and handle landlord/tenant disputes with the goal of avoiding or minimizing litigation.

Real Property Transactions: Practices
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