Real Estate Attorney serving Aliso Viejo, CA



Property dealings are among the most significant transactions in one's life, and our firm provides services tailored to each client’s individual needs. From individual residential transactions to large commercial projects, EJD Law Group will come up with a unique and individualized strategy to achieve your goals. We have the ability to utilize an interdisciplinary approach to problem solving in both negotiation and litigation.

Our firm is dedicated to providing effective solutions for all of our client's real estate needs. When disputes arise, EJD Law Group does everything it its power to amicably resolve the matter without court intervention. Should the need of litigation arise, we will zealously litigate our client's matter to protect their rights and interests.

We have extensive experience in the following areas of real estate law:

  • Acquisitions and Dispositions
  • Real Estate Development
  • Commercial and Residential Leases
  • Landlord-Tenant Disputes
  • Quite Title
  • Foreclosure
  • Land Use
  • Easements
  • Broker's Liability
  • Real Estate Litigation



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