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Silverlake Partition Referee

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Anand Law PC serves as court-appointed partition referee in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, and San Diego Counties. Our attorneys bring a breadth of experience to this position. Our extensive litigation and property law experience allow us to resolve disputes in a neutral and expedient manner.


We have counseled and represented parties in connection with real property ranging in value from $300,000 to $25,000,000, including, analysis of title history/recorded documents; representation in partition actions and other title-related litigation; and, the sale of real property at auction.

We have a network of agents throughout Southern California which allows us to provide hyper-localized expertise of the markets, and maximize value for you and your clients. We also routinely work with a variety of experts, including appraisers, notaries, and contractors.


When seeking the appointment of a partition referee, it is important to find a firm that has knowledge of property law, litigation, and real estate markets. Anand Law PC has in-depth knowledge of all three, which allows us to resolve partition disputes quickly and fairly for all parties involved.


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