REAL ESTATE

At ADLI, we handle a broad range of real estate matters for homeowners, HOAs, lenders, realtors, developers, and investors. We represent homeowners in disputes with neighbors, lenders, homeowners’ associations, trespassers, and for property damage and loss. We litigate and resolve grievances between HOAs and their members. We handle title disputes and title fraud matters. We represent lenders and homeowners in foreclosure matters and loan modifications. We handle claims and lawsuits involving breach of fiduciary and professional negligence/liability by realtors. We litigate disputes between developers, including on fraud and breach of contract issues. We assist investors and investment companies/funds in disputes with each other.

 

Our primary goal is to resolve these matters quickly and cost-effectively for clients whether through informal resolutions or hard-fought litigation. With ever-increasing property values in California, we ensure that our client’s valued real estate and assets are protected and preserved from any threats. We have wide and broad-ranging experience in real estate matters through handling repeated cases in this area. We understand the complexities and nuances of real estate law and leverage our knowledge, skills, and creative strategies to vigorously and zealously identify, preserve, and protect your rights and property.

 

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