CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE LAW
Gibson Law PC practices real estate law. We represent businesses and individuals. Most of our practice involves real estate-related litigation in the state and federal courts of California. We also assist clients in negotiating and drafting real estate agreements, and in dealing with regulatory issues.
We believe in explaining real estate law, clearly and simply. We believe that, if you understand the basics of real estate law, you should be able to avoid most legal disputes. As litigators, we understand the cost, delay, risk and emotional strain of court battles. We help clients avoid litigation, whenever possible. When litigation is needed, however, we believe in having a clear, well thought-out plan, a defined budget and an aggressive strategy.
This website explains the basics of California real estate law. Please feel free to call or email us with any questions or concerns that you have about your particular situation. We do not charge for initial consultations, and are always happy to speak to potential clients.
Please observe two cautions in using this website. First, this website only states general rules. Every rule has exceptions, and this website cannot note all of them. This website cannot and does not offer legal advice. If you have a particular situation, you should contact Gibson Law PC or another law firm to obtain legal advice on how the general rules apply to the specific facts of your situation.
Second, this website deals only with California state law, and federal law, to the degree it applies. Real estate law is primarily governed by state law. If you live in a state other than California, or the property involved is in a state other then California, please do not rely upon this website. Please instead consult an attorney with expertise upon the law of your state. (Gibson Law PC will, on occasion, practice in other states on a pro hac vice basis. We have, for example, handled a number of cases in Arizona. We make no effort in this website, however, to cover non-California law.)