Estate Planning, Trusts, and Probate

Estate Planning, Trusts
And Probate

Real Estate Transactions

Real Estate Transactions



Free Case Review

Most of the litigation we handle is fairly complex, involving multiple parties, hundreds, if not thousands, of pages of documents, and, of course, at least two sides to the “story” giving rise to the dispute. Accordingly, such disputes are often not conducive to meaningful analysis by means of e-mail. Notwithstanding these limitations, all the litigation we take on starts at the same place: with an inquiry by a prospective client, either by an initial telephone or office consultation. This “free case review” web page provides another way to make that initial inquiry.

If you have been sued, or are involved in a dispute that may result in litigation in California, we offer you the valuable opportunity to have your case reviewed by an attorney without charge. Simply fill out and submit an on-line questionnaire, and one of our attorneys will review your case and promptly provide you with information by telephone concerning your case.

BEFORE PROCEEDING, PLEASE NOTE: If you are not a current client of Lerman Law Partners, LLP please do not include any information in this email that you or someone else considers to be confidential or secret in nature. Prior to the establishment of an attorney-client relationship, unsolicited emails from non-clients containing confidential or secret information cannot be protected from disclosure. Sending an e-mail does not create an attorney-client relationship.

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Coronavirus Alert: Best Practices for Commercial Lease Challenges from the Landlord and Tenant Perspective


When: Wednesday, May 27 @ 12pm PST

Join Lerman Law Partners, LLP real estate litigation and transaction attorneys Jeff Lerman, Phil Diamond and Dan Dersham, Jeffer Mangels Butler and Mitchell LLP bankruptcy attorney Ben Young, and McLaughlin Sanchez LLP eviction and rent control attorney Michael McLaughlin for a free 2 hour webinar Wednesday, May 27, at 12:00 noon (if you cannot make it, register and you will receive a recording), when we will be discussing the impact of COVID-19 on commercial leases, evictions and bankruptcy issues, from both the landlord and tenant perspective.

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