Fisher & Talwar maintains a diverse real estate practice. Our attorneys are experienced in resolving complex real estate issues, including purchase and sale disputes, construction claims, eminent domain, landlord-tenant disputes, claims involving adverse possession, prescriptive easements, quiet title and other issues relating to real property.
Successful Real Estate Litigation
Our Los Angeles real estate attorneys represent owners, landlords and tenants in negotiating, drafting, interpreting and enforcing leases and subleases. Our attorneys have the skills and resources necessary to aggressively pursue your case. Real Estate lawyers at Fisher & Talwar have years of experience successfully litigating cases throughout Southern California. Whether your case involves residential or commercial real estate, we can help.
Protect Your Real Estate Assets
It is a common practice for people to hire California real estate attorneys when a problem in a contract arises. Most people ignore the pitfalls lurking in their contracts that later show up to haunt them. To prevent potentially devastating pitfalls it is not a bad idea to consult a real estate lawyer who can help protect what is possibly your most valuable asset. Purchase agreements may have flaws if they contain defective titles, liens undisclosed facts, contingencies and unresolved disputes. Our real estate lawyers Fisher & Talwar can help identify contract flaws to prevent future damages for both buyers and sellers.
We represent buyers and sellers of residential and commercial real estate in a wide range of disputes arising from the sale or purchase of property. Our real estate contract attorney also handles the negotiation of terms and the preparation of documents to successfully complete a real estate deal. When you select our law firm, we can help you interpret and enforce purchase agreements, mortgages, deeds of transfer, notes and other financing instruments, easements and encumbrances, restrictive covenants, leases and subleases.
We will protect your rights in disputes involving the breach of a purchase agreement, including failure to disclose known defects either in the buildings on the property or in the title to the property.
Other types of real estate disputes we litigate include:
- Construction defect claims such as claims against construction companies for failing to comply with contractual requirements;
- Eminent domain issues, where the government seeks to take your property for a public purpose;
- Landlord-tenant disagreements, such as failure to pay or change in agreed-upon use of the property;
- Adverse possession claims, stemming from claims of ownership or use or possession for a period of time; and
- Easements and encumbrances, including quiet title actions.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
If you have been involved in a residential or commercial real estate transaction and problems have arisen that cannot be resolved by agreement of the parties, you want an experienced lawyer, one who has successfully handled simple and complex real estate controversies for individuals or businesses in similar circumstances. You want a real estate contract attorney who understands the impact of unresolved issues on your bottom line and who can help you get the results you need, whether through litigation or an alternative means of dispute resolution.
At the law office of Fisher & Talwar, we represent businesses and individuals in a wide range of contractual matters involving real estate. Our experienced litigators work closely with expert witnesses and investigators with the understanding that no two cases are the same and that every case requires meticulous preparation and a creative strategy in order to obtain the desired results. We will also pursue alternative means of dispute resolution, including mediation or arbitration to resolve disputes prior to trial, if doing so is in your best interest.
If you face a dispute involving the breach of a purchase agreement, including failure to disclose known defects, contact our real estate contract attorney online or call (213) 891-0777 to schedule your initial consultation. We are available to meet with you between 8:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Evening and weekend consultations are available by appointment.