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Victory In Contra Costa County For Another Foreclosure Client

Estavillo Law Group, PC appeared in Contra Costa County Superior Court, where the court granted our Client’s ex parte application for a Temporary Restraining Order effectively halting the foreclosure sale of our Client’s property, currently set for early next week. […]

Another Success In Alameda County Against Wells Fargo

Case Name: Huang v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Today, the Estavillo Law Group, PC, prevailed in Alameda County Superior Court, against Wells Fargo’s Demurrer to our Client’s complaint which alleges causes of action for wrongful foreclosure and to set aside the Trustee’s […]

Predicting The Housing Market In California For 2022
A Legacy Of Helping Others

When I was a kid growing up in San Jose, one of the highlights of my year was spending a few weeks each summer with my grandparents in Arizona. Though I didn’t realize it at the time, my grandfather was […]

Estavillo Law Leads Two More Clients To Victory In Contra Costa County

During the month of June, Estavillo Law Group, P.C., led two more clients to foreclosure victory in Contra Costa County. On June 20, 2019, the Contra Costa County Superior Court found in our Clients’ favor and granted their Motion to Consolidate […]

Another Victory Against Nationstar Mortgage And Wells Fargo

On Friday, March 29, 2019, Estavillo Law Group, PC appeared in Contra Costa County Superior Court, before Hon. Judge Treat, and we were successful in getting a Temporary Restraining Order issued against Nationstar Mortgage, LLC and Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. (“Defendants”) stopping a […]

How Does The California Foreclosure Process Work?

How Does the California Foreclosure Process Work? Notice of Default: This is the start of the pre-foreclosure process. An initial Notice of Default is publicly recorded at the county recorder’s office after a borrower fails to meet the terms of their loan. […]


Reach Out to an Oakland Real Estate Attorney Today

Disputes concerning real estate can have a significant financial impact on individuals and businesses alike. If there is a dispute and it appears that a compromise is not possible, it may be necessary to initiate litigation. This could mean participating in settlement or mediation talks or even bringing a formal lawsuit to civil court.

An Oakland real estate lawyer may be able to help. They are prepared to take the lead in settlement talks that could help to avoid costly court cases. However, if the case does go to court, they will take every step necessary to protect your rights. Contact us now to learn more.

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