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In cases accepted on contingency, there are no hourly attorney fees or out-of-pocket expenses, excluding the actual costs related to the lawsuit.
Our attorneys pursue maximum compensation for clients in exchange for a percentage of the amount recovered.
Experienced Real Estate Attorneys at the Law Office of Robert M. Baskin offer skilled legal representation to clients in Camarillo, the Ventura County region, and throughout Southern California. As a successful Real Estate Law Firm, our firm has assisted clients for nearly 40 years with legal matters including Real Estate Litigation, Construction Defects, Construction Law, Landlord Tenant Issues, Land Use, Easement Disputes, Condemnation, Eviction/Unlawful Detainer, and Real Estate Disputes.
Land and property situations can become extremely complex and are best handled by an experienced Camarillo Real Estate Lawyer. The Real Estate Attorneys at the Law Office of Robert M. Baskin are highly experienced in these matters.
If you are looking for the services of a skilled Real Estate Lawyer, please contact our office by calling 805-658-1000. We invite you to schedule a free appointment with Camarillo Real Estate Attorney Robert Baskin. With a reputation of providing superior service, we handle cases with professionalism. We show respect for clients by addressing phone calls and emails in a timely manner. As a client of the Real Estate Law Firm of Camarillo Attorney Robert M. Baskin, you’ll be apprised of the progress and new developments that are made on your case.
Real Estate Disputes in Camarillo, California
Our Camarillo Real Estate Attorneys provide skilled representation to property owners, purchasers, developers, lenders, borrowers, sub-contractors, and contractors involving a wide variety of issues. These include:
Water and Mineral Rights
Real Estate Transactions
Real Estate Litigation
Homeowners Association Disputes
Failure to Disclose Known Defects
Commercial and Residential Real Estate Leases
Commercial and Residential Purchase Disputes
Commercial and Residential Purchase and Sale Agreements
Commercial and Residential Lease Disputes
Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Breach of Contract Cases
Actions to Quiet Title
At the Law Office of Real Estate Attorney Robert Baskin, we offer Camarillo residents the services of a Real Estate Litigation Attorney, Real Estate Transaction Lawyer, Construction Law Attorney, Landlord Tenant Lawyer, Land Use Attorney, and Real Estate Dispute Lawyer. We assist property owners who want to lease or sell a property, prospective buyers, tenants who want to completely understand the responsibilities and rights of a purchase or lease agreement, property owners in disputes over boundary or zoning issues, and others needing knowledgeable and intelligent legal counsel or representation.
Camarillo Real Estate Lawyer Robert M. Baskin makes every effort to first settle real estate disputes through the settlement and negotiation process. At times when a settlement isn’t an option, our experienced Real Estate Litigation Attorneys aggressively fight for the rights of our clients.
Free Consultation with a Real Estate Lawyer for Camarillo
When you are seeking high quality legal services from a skilled Camarillo Real Estate Law Firm, callthe Law Office of Real Estate Attorney Robert Baskin at 805-658-1000. We will arrange a date and time for your no-cost, comprehensive consultation in our office. We offer an honest case study to each client at the initial consultation.
Since 1975, our skilled Real Estate Lawyers have been serving the Camarillo community. We work hard to efficiently resolve real estate disputes and real estate transactions in order to avoid future litigation.
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