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Redwood City Real Estate Litigation

Redwood City real estate attorneys taking care of your litigation needs

The Redwood City real estate litigation lawyers at Law Offices of Charles J. Smith III offer sound commercial, business and residential real estate advice and counsel through your transactions and litigation issues. We troubleshoot problems as early in the process as possible, and when disputes do arise, we resolve them — in and out of the courtroom.

Our Redwood City law firm understands the unique quality of your real estate dispute and tailor our advice and representation to fit the specific needs of you or your business. Depending on your legal goals, we do the research to:

  • Identify the options available for your case
  • Consult with you to choose the best strategy to accomplish these goals
  • Zealously pursue that strategy through negotiation or advocacy before courts or other forums

We can assist you with the following matters related to litigation including:

  • Sale issues
  • Purchase issues
  • Lease issues
  • Partition actions
  • Easements
  • Boundary disputes
  • Title disputes
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Land use hearings

Real estate litigation matters in northern California

For assistance in all your real estate litigation needs, call Law Offices of Charles J. Smith III at 650.568.2820 or contact us online to schedule an appointment.

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  • Redwood City Office
    777 Marshall Street
    Redwood City, California 94063
    Phone: 650.568.2820
    Fax: 650.568.2823
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  • "Wayne Perry v. U.S. Bank, 2001 WL 34920473 (N.D. Cal. 2001) Represented national bank in putative wage-hour class action, involving alleged misclassification of employees under the administrative exemption; defeated plaintiffs' motion for class certification. "

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