REAL ESTATE MEDIATION

If you are going to mediate, be prepared and choose the right mediator.

The standard form California Association of Realtors (CAR) contract REQUIRES that parties to the contract engage in a real estate mediation prior to commencing litigation. A party’s failure to participate in a good faith real estate mediation prior to commencing litigation will likely result in that party losing its ability to recover attorneys’ fees should that party prevail at trial. California public policy is to promote real estate mediation in all residential transactions and most commercial transactions.

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.

Our firm has led our clients through many successful real estate mediations involving millions and millions of dollars worth of properties, that resolved all parties claims, and avoided spending time and money on litigation.

If you are heading towards a real estate dispute, it is important to act quickly.

Please take advantage of our FREE online case submission or call us today to start a conversation.

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CASE STUDIES

Represented Buyer of luxury home in claims against Sellers alleging that they failed to disclose known, un-permitted construction that encroached on a neighbor’s property.

RESULT

Settled low to mid 6 figures

TIME TO RESOLUTION

4 months

HOW WAS CASE RESOLVED?

Settled without litigation via mediation

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