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San Diego’s real estate market is lucrative and moves at breakneck speed, so disputes inevitably arise. When a potentially costly real estate dispute happens, you need practical, focused advice from the experienced attorneys at The Enochs Law Group.

We take a business-minded approach to disputes, weighing all of our clients’ options and using critical thinking to build effective strategies. At our core, we’re a team of problem solvers. We listen to our clients, counsel them, and work efficiently to resolve their problems both in and out of court.

If you have questions about a real estate dispute, contact our office to schedule your initial consultation.

Serving the San Diego Real Estate Community’s Comprehensive Needs

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We handle a variety of real estate claims, including the following matters:

  • Real estate contract enforcement
  • Commercial leases and evictions
  • Partition actions
  • Purchase and sale litigation
  • Fraud and misrepresentation
  • Quiet title issues
  • Boundary disputes and easements
  • Foreclosure claims for banks and servicers

Our Approach to Real Estate Litigation

Many San Diego real estate lawyers use cookie-cutter strategies that never evolve or adapt, regardless of the client or the situation. At The Enochs Law Group, we know that our clients need a personalized, innovative approach. When we handle a real estate dispute, we look at every aspect of the case with a critical eye.

Here’s what the process will look like when you work with us.

  • Initial consultation: Before we start working, you’ll meet with one of our experienced lawyers. We’ll get to know you, your goals, and the circumstances surrounding your dispute. Based on this assessment, we’ll suggest options that reflect your goals.
  • Pre-litigation stage: Your lawyer will investigate your claims and negotiate with the other parties, working to resolve your matter without litigation. At the same time, we’ll collect evidence, interview witnesses, consult with experts, and evaluate litigation strategies. Our mission is to put you in the best possible position for either a settlement or a favorable judicial decision.
  • Litigation: Once someone files a lawsuit, we guide our clients through the array of motions, depositions, interrogatories, and other procedures that come before a trial. During this phase, we typically continue to negotiate with the other parties, but we always prepare our cases as if they will go to trial.
  • Alternative dispute resolution (ADR): Depending on your contracts and agreements, you may need to arbitrate your dispute. Our team handles a wide variety of ADR matters, including mediation and arbitration.

We Build Relationships on Trust and Respect

About 4 years ago a friend referred me to Alan Enoch’s for legal advice on a business matter. Alan immediately proved how valuable he would be to my business through his well thought out responses and knowledge of the law. Since that first meeting, Alan has been representing me personally, as well as 4 businesses I own. He continues to work tirelessly to ensure my entities are protected. My company interviewed many lawyers in the past before the introduction to Alan. I will put it very simply what sets Alan apart from all the others; He cares. He genuinely cares about his clients and wants the best for them. He will review each potential issue in depth to gain the knowledge to provide honest advice as to whether it is worth pursuing or not.

My advice to anyone that is looking at hiring Alan…. do it before your competition does. I want Alan on my side of the courtroom, not on the side that’s against me.

Scott O.

"I want to thank you for all the hard work that you've done for our company over the years. We've had small matters that were handled very quickly. We've also had large matters that needed very aggressive representation and you've represented us in a stellar manner. If you're looking for a truly aggressive law firm, someone who is going to look at your case in a thorough manner and is going to be very strategic in both the short term and long term, please call Alan Enochs."

Todd T.

We Approach Every Case With a Business Mindset

While you may be familiar with BATNA (best alternative to a negotiated agreement), it’s a technique many lawyers don’t know about or understand. At The Enochs Law Group, we believe our clients deserve pragmatic, informed advice, so we apply proven business principles like BATNA to litigation.

During negotiations, identifying your BATNA can lead to better and more efficient outcomes. However, before you can define a BATNA, you first need to:

  • Set your priorities and objectives
  • Identify all your data and metric-based alternatives
  • Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of your options and place the options in a hierarchy
  • Build a secondary course of action in case your negotiations fail
  • Calculate the least favorable outcome you’re willing to accept

If you think this doesn’t sound like a typical approach to real estate litigation, you’re right. We don’t create legal strategies based on tradition. Instead, we use data, creativity, and critical thinking to give our clients an edge.


Innovative, Practical Solutions for San Diego Real Estate Disputes

Our team of dedicated real estate lawyers uses pragmatic, efficient strategies to solve real estate disputes in San Diego. We work with investors, agents, brokers, landlords, commercial tenants, and others in the real estate industry to handle their complex legal matters.

If you have questions about a real estate dispute or need advice from an experienced attorney, contact our office today to schedule a consultation. Call us at 619-421-3956 or fill out our quick and easy online contact form.

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