Our San Diego real estate attorney have litigated residential and commercial contract disputes, quiet title actions, foreclosures, evictions, eminent domain and easements. The attorneys at our firm also draft recorded documents, including trust transfer deeds, quitclaim deeds, general warranty deeds and notice of pendency of action. We also have experience representing sellers and buyers in short sales.
Real estate matters involve a lot of money, and a breach of contract can result in severe damages. It is important to ensure you are protected, and that your purchase agreement adequately portrays yours needs. In the event you are in a property dispute, we can help you find the quickest resolution at the lowest price.
Our knowledge of California and Federal foreclosure laws, including the California Homeowner's Bill of Rights. If you are in danger of foreclosure, it is important to retain an attorney immediately, as there are numerous deadlines that must be met in order to protect your rights as a homeowner. If you have received a Notice of Default or Notice of Trustee's Sale, call an attorney immediately to determine your rights, as the clock is ticking, and your lender will sell your home at foreclosure if you do not take the necessary steps to cancel the foreclosure sale. Our knowledge of California and federal laws, including the California Homeowner Bill of Rights, Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act, and Truth In Lending Act, will prove crucial to your case, and we can help you keep your home and potentially collect damages, but you must act right away so you do not lose your rights!
Every tenant and landlord must enter into a signed lease agreement. It is important to have an attorney review your lease agreement, as you could be subjecting yourself to a lawsuit in another jurisdiction if there is a clause regarding where any dispute between the landlord and tenant will be litigated, which may require you to travel to another state to litigate your case. You may also be responsible for things you cannot afford, or simply do not want to be responsible for. An attorney can review your lease agreement before you sign it to ensure your rights are protected.
Evictions require attention to strict timelines, including the three-day notice to pay rent or quit, and the five-day deadline for filing a response to an unlawful detainer complaint. If you do not act immediately you may be evicted, which could result in you losing all of the belongings you leave behind in the home. A sheriff will show up to your door and kick you out! Call an attorney immediately as soon a you receive a notice to pay rent or quit.
Whatever legal issue you have involving real estate, we have the expertise to help you quickly arrive at a resolution. Many of these issues are time-sensitive, and it is therefore important to call an attorney immediately. Our San Diego real estate attorneys can help you resolve a property dispute, or draft documents you need recorded to show title.