Los Angeles Real Estate Litigation
Real estate is often one of the most valuable investments you can make and can also be a defining factor in your life. Choosing a place to live will help shape the experiences of your family, as selecting a location for your business can help to determine your success. For these reasons, no real estate transaction should be taken lightly and you should always seek the assistance of an experienced real estate attorney.
At the Law Offices of Gary C. Eisenberg, we will handle every real estate matter with the attention and care it deserves and will stand up for your rights as a seller, buyer, developer, landlord, or tenant.
At the heart of most real estate cases is a contract - whether it is a sales contract or a lease agreement. These agreements are legally binding and, like any other type of enforceable contract, you should never sign until you fully understand the terms of the agreement. Real estate contracts can use confusing and complicated language and may include certain terms that are either not in your best interest or fail to adequately protect your rights. It is imperative to have any contract carefully reviewed and negotiated by a skilled real estate lawyer to ensure a successful transaction.
Contract review is only one of many types of real estate matters we handle, which include:
- Landlord-Tenant Disputes
- Breach of Commercial Lease Agreements
- Real Property Contracts
- Homeowner Disputes
- Commercial Property Sales
- Construction Disputes
- Broker Liability
- Contractors and Subcontractors
- Homeowners Associations Issues
- Boundaries and Easements
- Title & Liens
When real estate is on the line, you need to select a law firm that will truly look out for your best interests and fight to protect your rights. At the Law Offices of Gary C. Eisenberg, we are a family-run business and we value our clients like members of our family, so you can trust we will always work with your success in mind. With decades of experience, our firm will help you facilitate a successful real estate transaction or resolve a dispute, so please call today to discuss your case.
Get A Free Case Review
Contacting us through this form or the internet does not create an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.