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Legal Counsel for all Your Real Property and Real Estate Matters

The Craig A. Sherman Law Corp. is a full service law firm that can handle all of your real property and real estate needs including simple review of documents to full trials on disputed boundaries, title, ownership, easement rights, nuisances, trespasses, fences, trees, noise or other encroachments or disturbances affecting the free and unencumbered use of your property.

Mr. Sherman has over 20 years of experience representing clients involved with buying, selling, developing, owning, renting and/or financing real property, including the litigation and negotiation of disputes involving purchasing, selling, ownership, title, contracts, easements, eminent domain or inverse condemnation, landlord-tenant disputes, actions for rent, enforcement of CC&Rs and title
insurance claims.
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Your legal issues are important to us. Turn to a law firm that cares most about
giving you personal attention and cost effective legal services. We have been
helping clients in Southern California for more than 20 years. You can trust us to
assist you with any real estate matter. Allow us to put our experience to work for
you!

Contact Craig A. Sherman A Professional Law Corporation for experienced
counsel and proven results.
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Personal Service and Cost-Effective Representation throughout
Southern California, including Los Angeles, Imperial, Orange, San
Bernardino, Riverside, and San Diego counties

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