Real Estate Litigation Attorneys With Progressive Solutions
At Ling Law Group, APC, we have extensive knowledge of California’s ever-evolving real estate laws. Resolving a real estate dispute with the help of an attorney does not always mean you will end up in a high-stress courtroom battle.
We meticulously prepare our cases for the courtroom. But we aggressively pursue alternative dispute resolution first. We are often able to settle contentious real estate issues outside the courtroom with favorable results. We have recovered millions in attorney fees on behalf of prevailing parties, which can be the strongest leverage to resolve a real estate dispute.
Personalized, High-Quality Legal Services
The difference of working with Ling Law Group, APC, is our commitment to excellence. We intelligently protect the best interests of our clients who are dealing with purchase or sale agreements or commercial leases in matters involving:
- Failure to disclose
- Title and ownership disputes
- Breach of contracts
- Breach of fiduciary duties
- Land use disputes
- Declarations of covenants, conditions and restrictions
- Boundary and easement disputes
- Specific performance
- Adverse possession claims
- Partition actions
We tailor real estate solutions following careful analysis of the circumstances and remedies available under the law.
Commercial Spaces Often Have Intricate Issues To Resolve
Commercial spaces such as warehouses, offices, multiplex apartments, retail shops, restaurants, night clubs and manufacturing complexes are subject to compliance with environmental impact regulations under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). When the state attorney general questions your commercial interest against public health concerns, having an experienced attorney at your side is essential.
We will also assist you with addressing and mitigating the harsh consequences of Prop 65 toxic chemical concerns. Proposition 65 is the shortened name for the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986. Prop 65 is a confusing statute that protects drinking water sources from toxic chemicals and requires businesses to post “clear and reasonable” warnings for potential exposure to certain toxic chemicals. Businesses found in violation of the statute could face penalties of up to $2,500 per day.
We Represent Clients In Myriad Real Estate Disputes
Call Ling Law Group, APC, in Irvine at 949-861-8858 or send us an email to arrange for a free consultation. We have helped homeowners and business owners effectively resolve their real estate disputes. Contact us to find out how we can help you.