Put 22 years of experience in real estate law on your side
Litigation is uncertain. Selecting a real estate attorney, therefore, should be a careful and deliberate process, and a client interviewing litigation counsel should ask three important questions:
- Have you handled cases like mine?
- Have you tried cases like mine?
- Do you have a case list demonstrating your verdicts and settlements?
There is no substitute for experience, and the answers to the foregoing questions provide a prompt understanding of an attorney’s experience.
Stephen Hammers brings 22 years of experience as a California real estate attorney to the table. He has either tried or settled dozens of real estate disputes, and his verdicts and settlements include numerous boundary and easement disputes, residential neighbor disputes and title issues. He has the experience you need to win your case.
“Might” doesn’t always make “right” in a neighbor dispute
In a neighbor dispute, litigation counsel must strike a careful balance for the client, whether the dispute involves a boundary matter, nuisance, easements or title issues. Let’s face it, once your case is tried or settled, you will have to live next door to your neighbor for possibly years to come. Thus, “might” doesn’t always make “right” in a neighbor dispute. If the case can be resolved, your litigation counsel must seek to do so, without “giving away the farm.” A prompt assessment must be made on the possibility of settlement, before extensive funds are spent on the matter and the neighbor relationship is forever frayed.
Stephen has the legal experience to know how and when a matter should be settled.
Stephen Hammers’ experience in real estate law also includes…
Stephen Hammers has been an officer on a number of HOA (Home Owners Association) Boards, and has both defended members and HOA Boards in member disputes.
He has also litigated matters involving fraud and non-disclosure in the buying and selling of California real estate. He has extensive experience representing real estate brokers in defense of actions on purchase transactions. He also represents tenants in common, co-owners and partners in real estate litigation.
If you’re in need of a real estate attorney in Irvine, Orange County, California or anywhere in the United States, we invite you to call Stephen Hammers today to put his experience and track record on your side.