About Partition Attorney in California - Colleen Talkov (Talkov Law)
The partition attorneys at Talkov Law assist co-owners of real estate in California to end co-ownership disputes. We can help you obtain the equity you are owed. Many times, one co-owner refuses to cooperate in a sale. We end these disputes through a partition action in California, which is the only court ordered process to solve these real estate co-ownership disputes.is one of Southern California’s preeminent law firms for child custody and family disputes. With offices around the state, our lawyers serve the Inland Empire, including San Bernardino, Perris, Redlands, Apple Valley, Eastvale, Lake Elsinore, Highland, Colton, Yucaipa, San Jacinto, Beaumont, Montclair, Idyllwild, Moreno Valley, Norco, Hemet, Romoland, Jurupa Valley, Ontario, Fontana, Colton, Grand Terrace, Rancho Cucamonga, Victorville, Hesperia, Apple Valley, Barstow, Temecula, Indio, Palm Springs, Coachella, Fontana, Ontario, Corona, Wildomar, Adelanto, Banning, Norco, Loma Linda, and surrounding areas.
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In real estate, partition action refers to a legal proceeding initiated by a co-owner of a property to force the sale of the property and division of the proceeds among the co-owners. This situation typically arises when multiple individuals own a property jointly, such as in the case of inheritance or joint purchase, but one or more of the owners wants to sell the property while the others do not.
Why Hire a Partition Attorney
A partition attorney in California is a legal professional who specializes in the area of partition law, which involves the division or sale of jointly owned real property. In California, when two or more individuals own a piece of property together and are unable to agree on how to use or divide the property, they may seek the assistance of a partition attorney. A partition attorney can help their clients by providing legal advice on the various options available for dividing the property, such as a physical division, a sale of the property, or a buyout of one owner's interest by another. They can also assist with drafting and filing legal documents necessary for initiating a partition action in court, such as a complaint or petition.