Over the years, we’ve had several people ask some variation of the question: “why would I need real estate attorneys?” The truth is, if you’re involved with buying or selling real estate, you absolutely need an attorney you can trust on your side. It may not seem that way, you may think that it’s a waste of time and effort, but it’s one of the best ways that you can protect your interests in any real estate deal. In this blog, we’ll touch on some of the ways that our real estate attorneys in Los Angeles can help.
One of the main reasons that you need a real estate on your attorney is simple: the other side has them. The odds of you being in some kind of real estate transaction without the other party having an attorney are so small as to be essentially nonexistent. When you have your own attorney, you have someone you can trust on your side. We’re an impartial, objective source that can tell you the absolute truth about what’s going on, every step of the way.
Experienced Legal Advice
Perhaps some of the real estate agents and brokers you’ve been talking to have legal advice, or they’re telling you they have some sort of legal expertise that they can share. Regardless of their experiences, that’s just not true. In fact, real estate agents and brokers are unable to provide you with any kind of legal advice. That’s not something we made up in a blog; that’s the law. They’re legally not allowed to do that. So, if they do say that they can give you some sort of legal advice, it’s probably not going to be in your best interests.
Wide Range of Expertise
Our real estate attorneys can help with so much more than just buying and selling real estate. While that’s one of the services that our clients take advantage of, it’s far from the only one. With several years of experience in foreclosure defenses, post-foreclosure litigation, evictions, easement/boundary disputes, quiet title, bankruptcy and more, we can help you with any aspect of real estate law. Real estate legal disputes can be complicated, and you deserve attorneys on your side that can help you to protect your interests. Schedule a free consultation by calling us at or message us through our site.