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Orange County Real Estate Litigation Attorneys

Real estate, particularly in Orange County, CA is a significant investment, which means that when something goes wrong in the purchase, sale, or construction of real estate, there is much at stake for the parties involved. From complex financing to multi-party ownership, to disputes arising between a single seller or owner, to accusations of fraud or misrepresentation, there is no shortage of potential disputes that may arise during the course of a real estate transaction in Southern California. Orange County Real Estate Litigation Attorneys Brown & Charbonneau, LLP has decades of experience in the industry.

Helmed by award-winning real estate litigation attorney Gregory G. Brown, our real estate and construction litigation group has a proven track record of success on behalf of both plaintiffs, and defendants. Since the inception of our top-rated real estate, business, and construction litigation firm, our skilled attorneys have secured justice for those seeking recourse after being wronged in a real estate transaction, and conversely, safeguarded those from unfounded claims of wrongdoing.

Common Real Estate Disputes in Southern California

The field of real estate litigation is broad, covering dozens of legal issues that can arise. A few of the common issues that may arise, leading to real estate litigation in Orange County include:

  • Breach of ContractOrange County Real Estate Litigation Attorneys
  • Fraud, Misrepresentation, Non-Disclosure
  • Broker Liability
  • Commission Disputes
  • Construction Defects
  • Construction Delays
  • Design Defects
  • Developer/Contractor/Owner Disputes
  • Easements
  • Eviction Actions
  • Partnership, LLC, and Corporate Ownership Disputes
  • Payment Disputes
  • Subcontractor Non-Performance

Resolving Real Estate Disputes in Southern California

In the majority of cases, the best result that can follow a real estate dispute involves allowing the project to move forward. Fortunately, our experienced real estate and construction litigation attorneys are skilled in finding acceptable solutions that will resolve the issues, without the need for trial. These solutions may involve arbitration, mediation, or other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Settlements can often be reached, without the need for a trial. Indeed, Brown & Charbonneau LLP recently secured yet another 7-figure settlement, through arbitration, within 30 days of the dispute arising.
However, in other cases, you may find yourself with no choice but to pursue trial, or to defend yourself in trial. If other resolution methods fail, rest assured that Brown & Charbonneau’s top trial attorneys will be there to take your case to trial. Gregory G. Brown is a Certified Trial Specialist who has secured victory for his client’s time and again. Recent examples include successfully defending the seller of multi-million dollar real estate, against claims that the seller owed the broker a six-figure commission despite having breached his fiduciary duty to the seller.
If you’re struggling to resolve a dispute linked to a real estate transaction, or real estate construction in Orange County, contact Brown & Charbonneau, LLP today by calling 714-505-3000. For the latest legal news, follow Brown & Charbonneau, LLP on Twitter and join us on FacebookInstagram, and LinkedIn.

About Award Winning Real Estate Litigation Firm Brown & Charbonneau

Brown & Charbonneau, LLP is a top-rated business litigation, corporate, real estate and family law firm in Irvine, California. We are honored to be named by Best’s Lawyers® as one of the Top Law Firms in the US, including the specialty area of commercial litigation. As an AV-rated law firm, we are proud of our 10.0 Superb Client Rating from Avvo. Our top-reviewed Southern California attorneys have also earned specializations from the State Bar of California, as Certified Trial Specialists, and are included amongst the elite attorneys to be named Super Lawyers®.
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