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What happens at the end of a covid mortgage forbearance?

COVID-19 is a powerful virus that completely changed the state of the world as we knew it. It’s been over two years since we first learned about this potent virus, and even though most of us are relaxing our protocols, […]

Jason Estavillo Was Selected To Super Lawyers 2022

In 2022, there are over 1.3 million practicing lawyers around the country. With so many options, it can be difficult to discern which lawyer or firm can help you achieve your legal goals. One way to ensure that you get […]

Useful Homeowner Protections For 2022: Federally Backed Mortgage Laws

Did you know there are new mortgage laws to protect your home against foreclosure? For example, suppose you are under financial strain because of the coronavirus pandemic. In that case, you will be pleased to know the consumer financial protection bureau has extended its procedural safeguards […]

2022 Homeowner Law Updates You Need to Know

According to one survey, about 40% of Americans think that buying a new home is the most stressful event in their adult life. Owning a home doesn’t have to be stressful. At Estavillo Law Group, we have over 50 years’ worth […]

California Tenant Laws You Need To Know For 2022

Every new year poses an extreme challenge for both tenants and landlords alike due to the new tenant laws that are proposed. It can be hard to keep up with these sometimes, which might often lead to major confusion or even worse— […]

2022 California Housing Bills You Should Know

The population in California is over 39 million people with a 0.5 percent annual growth. With this number comes policies about housing and these bills include new rules to help ease the state’s housing shortage. California Housing Bills can give homeowners a […]


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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