Real Estate Lawyers Provide Peace of Mind Through Quality Representation
When dealing with any real estate matter, whether it is transactional or involves litigation, you need the real estate lawyers of Bowles & Verna LLP, in Walnut Creek, CA. We have the knowledge and the skill to resolve real estate disputes, and handle transactional matters efficiently and effectively. The majority of our work is in commercial real estate. Our attorneys have handled hundreds of cases and have taken many to trial and verdict. They have also represented real estate licensees in front of the California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE).
We offer many services to those in the real estate industry, as well as those purchasing or leasing real estate, including:
- Real estate litigation
- Real estate contracts, leases and other transactional work
- Broker errors and omissions
- Zoning issues
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) disputes
- Risk management for real estate agencies and individual agents
Our firm has conducted hundreds of risk management seminars for thousands of real estate agents throughout California.
Put Your Real Estate Concerns In Our Capable Hands
We truly understand the many laws and statutes regulating the real estate industry, and use this information to protect our clients. We partner with you to resolve your issue, laying out a plan of action and working with you to make adjustments as the case progresses. We will advise you on all of your options and advocate for the choices we make together.
We are mindful of costs regarding litigation, and do our best to resolve issues before they reach the courtroom, through negotiation and arbitration. If your case does require a trial, our attorneys have extensive courtroom experience.
Call Our Office In Walnut Creek To Schedule Your Consultation
Contact us at (925) 935-3300 to talk with one of our real estate attorneys about your legal concern.
“With 24 lawyers and a total of 50 employees on our team, we have the resources to do battle with major insurance companies and corporate defendants.” Attorney Michael Verna