Real Estate Litigation

Real Estate Litigation

Our Real Estate Litigation attorneys have a proven track record when it comes to assisting our California clients with their real estate needs.

Our areas of coverage include but are not limited to:

  • Real estate litigation
  • Landlord-tenant litigation
  • Leasing and lease administration
  • Construction defects and contracts
  • Premises liability
  • Contract disputes
  • Commercial leasing and real estate transactions
  • Land use/zoning restrictions
  • Titles, deeds, and title defects
  • Eminent domain
  • Business transactions and litigation

When it comes to selecting the right attorney, you want to make sure that you work with someone who gets it right from the outset, values your time, is prepared on all of the relevant issues, takes all of the worries away when it comes to your legal concerns. Our trial experience speaks for itself, and we pride ourselves on our skills involving negotiated resolution and litigation prevention, as well as our ability to thoroughly understand and embrace our clients’ industry knowledge.

If you are dealing with real estate litigation, contact an experienced Real Estate Litigation attorneys from our firm. Our experienced, skilled attorneys are committed to serving your needs. We serve clients in Pasadena and surrounding areas of California.


  • Alternative lenders
  • Builders
  • Capital providers
  • Contractors
  • Developers


Common issues include breach of contract, property boundary disputes, landlord-tenant disagreements, and title issues. Disputes often involve complex legal and factual matters, necessitating specialized legal expertise.

A real estate lawsuit typically begins with filing a complaint, followed by discovery where both parties collect evidence. After discovery, there may be pre-trial motions to dismiss or settle the case, and if no settlement is reached, the case goes to trial.

The length of real estate litigation can vary widely but expect a minimum of several months. The timeline depends on the complexity of the case, the court’s schedule, and whether it goes to trial.

A Quiet Title Action is a legal procedure used to settle disputes over property ownership. It effectively “quiets” any challenges or claims to the title, allowing the property owner to sell, refinance, or transfer property without issues.

Yes, you can sue your neighbor for property damage if you can prove that the damage was caused due to their negligence or intentional actions. Such lawsuits usually fall under the purview of civil tort law.

Note: This FAQ is for informational purposes only and should not be considered as legal advice. Always consult with a qualified attorney for your specific legal needs.

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