ESCROW DISPUTES

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Adishian Law Group’s founding attorney, Chris Adishian is a licensed California real estate broker. As a real estate law attorney and a licensed real estate broker, he is able to offer experienced guidance to clients with their real estate transactions and real estate litigation, should it come to that.

Our real estate clients typically fit into one of three categories: individual buyers and sellers, professional investors and large real estate companies.

Our most common type of client comes to us when they are either buying or selling a piece of property and need legal assistance completing or invalidating a transaction. This is also, most commonly, where escrow disputes can arise. We’ve helped our clients navigate the waters of numerous property transactions. We invite you to take a look at our Case Studies to see specific matters in which we’ve helped our clients with real estate transactions or real estate litigation.

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CASE STUDIES

Represented broker in pending claims against Client/Seller who sought to void real estate commission agreement.

RESULT

Settled mid 5 figures

TIME TO RESOLUTION

Two weeks

HOW WAS CASE RESOLVED?

Attorney to attorney negotiation

Represented Buyer of 4-plex in El Segundo after Seller tried to cancel executed real estate purchase contract.

RESULT

Buyer closed on property at contracted price

TIME TO RESOLUTION

2 weeks

HOW WAS CASE RESOLVED?

Attorney to attorney negotiation

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