Our firm has litigated hundreds of foreclosure - lender liability cases where the facts have merited a legal challenge to the bank’s foreclosure. There are many ways to challenge a wrongful foreclosure, but each case is different, and the key to our success has been highlighting the facts and paperwork specific to each case. While there are never any guarantees, our firm has been successful at keeping people out of foreclosure, modifying loans (including achieving principal reductions), negotiating cash for keys, deeds in lieu, and short sales.
Our firm is made up of seasoned litigators who can defend your business if you are sued or if you need to file a lawsuit against another party. We can handle matters including breach of contract, unfair competition, unfair business practices, defamation, interference with prospective business advantage, breach of warranty, breach of promissory note, partnership and shareholder disputes, fraud, concealment, and a variety of other business disputes.
When you have legal needs, but may not have the resources to have a full-time legal department, we can help. With our shared general counsel program, you are able to pay a monthly fee and have our firm available to serve as legal counsel whenever your legal matters arise.
We also handle real estate transactional matters involving deeds, trust documents, lease agreements, mortgages and real estate purchase contracts to protect your interests in any real estate transaction. In addition to ensuring the required buyer/seller’s disclosures and the Truth in Lending Act disclosures are made, we can help you conduct your due diligence to confirm the legal owner of a property, whether there is an unpaid mortgage or lien which must be settled before the title to the property can properly be transferred, whether there are any easements, covenants, conditions or other restrictions on the property, and the status of any unpaid property taxes or assessments.
We can assist you in determining which business entity; corporations, partnerships, or an LLC will be right for you and file the appropriate documents with the Secretary of State. We can also write and review business plans to clarify your marketing and business needs and help you find financing.
We can draft, negotiate, and review business contracts, including purchase/sale agreements, lease and sub-lease agreements, licensing agreements, employment confidentiality agreements, franchise agreements, and commercial real estate transactions..