Protecting Financial And Legal Interests

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Even some of the most experienced and successful real estate owners, buyers, sellers and agents run into contract dispute issues. If you find yourself in this circumstance, it is important to protect your financial and legal interests and well-being.

Partnering with a skilled attorney is almost always the ideal decision when confronting these types of legal issues. For more than 30 years, our attorney has helped clients reach ideal outcomes in these issues, and he is prepared to help you do the same.

Representation For Contra Costa County Sellers, Agents And Buyers

As a California real estate broker as well as an attorney, Mr. Gonsalves is able to bring a total command of real estate law to work on issues, including:

  • Quiet title issues
  • Partitions
  • Joint ownership disputes
  • Unpaid loans
  • Builder/homeowner disputes
  • Title disputes
  • Commercial lease disputes
  • Boundary and adverse possession
  • Easements and right-of-way matters
  • Land use and zoning
  • Construction contract disputes

Mr. Gonsalves is able to bring his comprehensive experience to help draft and review contracts whenever possible. He takes the time to understand all parties' goals and obligations and can draft up documentation that leaves absolutely no ambiguity and protects against any exposure.

In the event that disputes arise, he is able to look at possibilities for mediation, arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution methods so that parties can control costs and outcomes to the greatest extent possible.

Call 925-234-4340 or contact us online to schedule an appointment with Antioch contract dispute lawyer Martin T. Gonsalves. We offer reasonable fees for our experienced services. Our Antioch office is easily accessible from Highway 4.