Representation of mortgage lenders and trustees
The firm’s practice is heavily devoted to the representation of institutional mortgage lenders, private lenders, and trustees in foreclosure, bankruptcy, receivership, asset forfeiture, litigation and unlawful detainer matters throughout California. The firm also provides non-judicial foreclosure services throughout Nevada.
An Emphasis on Real Estate Law
The firm specializes in real estate law, including both litigation, bankruptcy, and transactional matters. The firm has decades of experience in the negotiation and preparation of commercial leases, real estate and general civil litigation, and other real property issues.
Strong affiliations with various bar associations
The attorney members of the firm are affiliated with various bar associations and industry organizations, including:

  • the State Bar of California
  • the Real Property and Business Subsections of the State Bar of California
  • the Los Angeles County Bar Association
  • the Mortgage Bankers Association
  • the United Trustee’s Association
  • the California Bankruptcy Forum
  • the California Receivers’ Forum
  • the Community Association Institute
  • the Real Estate Research Council of Southern California.
The firm employs a support staff that includes legal secretaries, foreclosure processors, bankruptcy analysts and clerical workers who work together as a team. Through the effective use of technology, the firm is able to communicate and share information electronically with clients, title companies and vendors.

Fees for institutionally held, insured or guaranteed single family foreclosure, bankruptcy and unlawful detainer matters are determined in accordance with currently published fee schedules issued by Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, FHA and/or VA. Fees for multi-family and commercial loan default matters, including foreclosure, bankruptcy, loan modifications, workouts and receiverships, are determined by agreement. Fees for state or federal court litigation at the trial or appellate court levels are determined according to the firm’s usually hourly billing rates.