Litigation means taking court action. Taking court action is not the solution to every legal problem, but litigation can be advantageous or necessary. We litigate to enforce your rights, to compel lawful action, to prevent harm, to recover money and other losses, and to dispute adverse claims against you.
When your adversary is hostile, unreasonable, non-responsive, or when negotiation has broken down, then it may be time to take court action. Respected amongst our peers inside and outside the courtroom, we successfully represent litigants in cases involving:
- Injuries to Persons and Property
- Real Property Disputes
- Trustee and Beneficiary Disputes
- Elder Abuse
- Ownership and Co-Ownership Disputes
- Breaches of Contract
- Business Disputes
- Commercial and Residential Lease Violations
- Landlord-Tenant Disputes
- Habitability and Building Code Violations
- Neighbor Disputes
- Nuisance Properties
- HOA Disputes
Contact our office to schedule an attorney consultation.