Legal disputes arise for many individuals and businesses in Southern California, and many of these disputes are resolved in court. There can be a lot at stake in a legal conflict, whether it involves a contract, your property, or other business-related matters. To prevent unnecessary losses or liability, you want a trusted and experienced trial lawyer on your side.
The Law Offices of Alan J. Carnegies, APC, represents all types of parties in complex litigation, including property owners, shareholders, company owners, residential and commercial tenants, and many more. Contact us today to learn how we can protect your interests.
Construction projects are complicated, and many conflicts can arise. We represent property owners, contractors, and other parties in many types of disputes, including:
Neighborly disputes should always be handled diplomatically, though you want to ensure that your rights are protected. If a neighbor’s tree root caused damage to your property, we can help resolve the matter and determine liability for the root damage and the cost of repairs.
Companies owners should be focused on operating a successful business – not on addressing the many legal concerns and disputes that might arise. Our law firm assists businesses with many types of litigation, such as:
Real property is often your most valuable asset and investment, or your business might rely on property to operate. Many types of legal disputes can revolve around real estate, and it can be costly if a dispute is not handled properly. Trial lawyer Alan Carnegie helps clients with the following and more:
At the Law Offices of Alan J. Carnegie, APC, we focus on dispute resolution for various types of construction, business, and real estate conflicts. While we want to resolve your matter in the most efficient manner possible, we are ready to stand up for your interests in court whenever necessary. Contact our office directly to learn more about how Alan Carnegie can help in your situation.
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