When it comes to litigation involving real estate, you’ll find that there can be a variety of proceedings. Many can get extremely complex. The quickest, most efficient way to make sure that you come out on top of the dispute is to have an expert help you with the administrative records and zoning applications necessary.
If you are seeking help with your litigation procedure, first know what the intended outcome is as well as the motives and business interests of the municipality or developer you are dealing with prior to contacting legal representation. Involvement in a real estate dispute is best resolved with an experienced southern California real estate attorney at your side. Regardless of what stage of the development process you find yourself when the problem arises, you can count on The Law Office of Law Office of Ernesto F. Aldover to protect your property rights and your bottom line. We focus on smart strategies, effective negotiations and an assertive stance in the courtroom.
We can provide expert legal assistance in a number of areas including: boundary line disputes, liens and encumbrances, disputes between real estate brokers, adverse possession, construction disputes, zoning litigation and application, contract and land sale disputes, closing disputes, etc.
If you find yourself in the middle of a business dispute that you can’t seem to figure out on your own, contact the experts in partnership and company dispute resolution: The Law Office of Law Office of Ernesto F. Aldover. We can start with mediation to attempt to come to a mutually beneficial resolution. If mediation is not an option, we can attempt negotiation to come to an agreement on terms that are acceptable to both parties. If all else fails, we can take the issue to the court and represent you aggressively in order to obtain your desired end result through legal channels.
If you have questions about what it means for your real estate issue to require litigation, contact the southern California real estate attorneys at The Law Office of Law Office of Ernesto F. Aldover today