Helping Southern California Clients Avoid Property Title Issues

When you are considering a real estate transaction, having a lawyer review the title can be a smart business decision. Contact an attorney who will help you make smart decisions now so that you can avoid costly litigation later.

What Does My Title Report Say?

Many people are not sure what to do when they receive a title report. Unfortunately, too many are unaware that the title report does not include everything they need to know. Savvy real estate buyers will work with a lawyer who regularly reviews title reports, understands the purposes of the documents listed in the report and knows what else may be needed to close the deal.

At Marmon Law Offices in Los Angeles, California, we help people understand how to protect themselves and their real property from potential harm. For example, many people are not aware that most title insurance does not insure against what are called "off-record risks," things like nonrecorded easements and boundary line encroachments. Often, people should get additional title policy endorsements that protect them in ways the standard title policy does not.

At Marmon Law Offices, we pay attention to these details to make sure that you are getting the right protections and the best results possible. We make sure that you understand every detail. We strive to see every possible error and to take every action possible to prevent problems now and in the future.

What Do I Need To Know About My Title Action?

Hopefully, you can avoid title litigation. However, if someone else is using part of your land, if one co-owner (joint tenant or tenant-in-common) wants to sell and the other does not, or if there is conflict regarding the marketability of the title or true ownership, you may find yourself involved in real estate litigation. If you do, contact us right away for aggressive and effective legal representation. We strive for the best possible results in quiet title actions and other real estate litigation matters.

We Welcome Your Questions

To talk about your concerns — from title insurance to partition lawsuits and quiet title actions — contact Marmon Law Offices by calling 800-833-9163 or by sending us an email to schedule your free initial consultation. We welcome questions and strive for open communication and honest answers about your legal needs.