Real Estate Litigation
At Nopar & Associates we are committed to providing superior and cost-effective litigation services to our clients. We handle both commercial and residential real estate matters, and we represent a broad array of clients, including commercial landlords; residential landlords; commercial tenants; investors; lenders; borrowers; homeowners; buyers and sellers; real estate brokers and agents; corporations, partnerships, joint ventures, LLCs and individuals. Our real estate litigation practice encompasses the following areas:
- Fraud and misrepresentation claims
- Breach of contract claims
- Non-disclosure issues
- Partnership disputes
- Claims against brokers or agents
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Commercial landlord/tenant disputes
- Partition actions
- Title claims and quiet title actions
- Purchase and sale transaction disputes
- Real estate investment fraud
- Escrow and earnest money disputes
- Easement and boundary disputes
The Nopar & Associates law firm has established an excellent reputation for providing the highest caliber legal services to its clients. The firm is rated AV-Preeminent,* which is the highest possible rating for legal ability and adherence to professional standards of conduct and ethics. Our firm’s managing attorney, Alan S. Nopar, is a Northern California Super Lawyer, is rated 10.0 on both Avvo and Justia, and has been rated AV Preeminent for over 25 consecutive years.
Our experienced attorneys understand real estate, and are well versed in the often complex legal and business issues that our real estate clients encounter. We understand that real estate cases are often emotional and can involve multiple issues with many contested facts. We take pride in our ability to provide clients with a hands-on approach to devise and achieve desired results as quickly and efficiently as possible, either through court action or through negotiation or alternative dispute resolution such as mediation, private trial or arbitration.Dispute Resolution
Santa Clara and San Mateo County courts require the use of an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process, such as mediation or arbitration, before proceeding to trial with a real estate dispute. In both of these ADR processes, an attorney can be present to represent the interests of the client. While our litigation attorneys each have more than 20 years of experience, we have worked with many clients who found the mediation process to give them greater control over the outcome of their case and appreciated the more relaxed forum.
Find out for yourself why clients consider us an invaluable partner in achieving their goals. Contact our office to speak to an attorney with the real estate litigation expertise you need.