Los Angeles Neighboring Property Disputes
Are you looking for an attorney for a neighboring property dispute? At the Law Office of Steven R. Lovett, our Los Angeles real estate attorney has almost 40 years of experience representing individuals and homeowners in every type of dispute imaginable with their neighbors.
As a member in good standing with the State Bar of California, attorney Lovett is selected for inclusion in Southern California's Super Lawyers®, an honor bestowed upon no more than 5% of attorneys in the state. When it comes to neighboring property disputes, we understand that you want your matter resolved quickly and affordably; therefore, we continuously strive to find swift and effective solutions to our clients' grievances with their neighbors.
Resolving Problems with Neighbors
Southern California's modern housing arrangements can make it extremely difficult to get along with one's neighbors. When the neighbor next door wants the privacy of a 20-foot hedgerow and you want a view of the mountains, there can be a problem. However, since you'll probably be neighbors for a long time, resolving the problem amicably is a worthy endeavor because neighborhood feuds can make living with one's neighbors an unpleasant experience.
Common neighboring property disputes involve:
- Using residential property for commercial purposes
- Zoning ordinance violations
- Boundary lines
- Blighted property (severely neglected property)
- Illegal activities
Need Help? Contact the Law Office of Steven R. Lovett!
Are you engaged in a dispute with your neighbor? If all attempts to resolve the problem with your neighbor have failed, we encourage you to contact the Law Office of Steven R. Lovett for counsel from our Los Angeles real estate lawyer. We can explain your rights under the law and the legal remedies available to pursue a solution once and for all.
We can help you obtain copies of the applicable local ordinance and depending on the circumstances of your case, we may suggest using mediation to find an equitable solution. If negotiation fails to yield a desirable result, or if the local authorities are not interested, the client may want to consider taking the case to small claims court. Whatever your issue is with your neighbor, we are committing to representing your best interests and resolving the problem. With almost 40 years of experience representing clients through mediation and court proceedings, we're qualified to represent you to the full extent of our abilities.