Real Estate Fraud Attorney in Norco; California Real Estate Fraud Lawyer
Real estate fraud occurs when one person or party makes misrepresentation or uses false information to take advantage of the other party during a real estate sale/purchase. Fraud in its simplest form is deliberate misrepresentation and deception: One party deceives another by misrepresenting information, facts, and figures. So, mortgage fraud is not just predatory lending practices that target certain borrowers.
Determining what occurred, how it occurred, and who did it requires skill and experience. We are headed by Scott Talkov, who founded Talkov Law after one decade of experience as a real estate litigation attorney with one of Southern California’s leading real estate litigation law firms based in the Inland Empire.
Our experience includes litigation involving:
- Real Estate Escrow Frauds and Scams
- Real Estate Broker Frauds and Scams
- Real Estate Title Frauds and Scams
- Real Estate Title Insurance Frauds and Scams
- Real Estate Seller Frauds and Scams
- Real Estate Buyer Frauds and Scams
- Real Estate Contractor Frauds
- Real Estate Leasing (Landlord/Tenant) Frauds and Scams
- Real Estate Wire Frauds and Scams
- Real Estate Investment Frauds and Scams
- Real Estate Non-Disclosure Fraud and Scams
Our experience extends to both commercial and residential real estate. We have respected local real estate professionals ready to provide advice, insight and expert testimony to make sure your case is headed in the right direction. Even further, we are able to handle the dispute whether the matter is in state court or bankruptcy court.
Adding to this wealth of experience is that Mr. Talkov is a broker licensed by the California Department of Real Estate who has handled real estate sales, purchases, leasing and property management in both residential and commercial real estate. Knowing the incentives of each party in the real estate transaction from the perspective of a broker will assist in figuring out the real estate legal issues in your case. This means your attorney will be analyzing the details of your case to provide an explanation or raise questions not expected by opposing counsel or even the court.
Only in the rarest cases are real estate frauds and scams considered criminal matters prosecuted by the district attorney. Rather, parties are advised to hire a qualified real estate fraud attorney to represent them in the civil courts in California.
If you have been accused of real estate fraud, your choice of criminal defense attorney is the most important decision you can make. You need to choose a criminal defense attorney that can handle complex cases, negotiate effectively and if necessary, fight aggressively. Contact the real estate fraud attorneys at Talkov Law today. If you are facing a real estate dispute, it is critical to protect your rights and speak to an experienced and creative real estate litigator. Call Talkov Law today at (951) 888-3300 or contact us online for a free analysis of your situation.