Wagenseller Law Firm


Los Angeles Real Estate and Business Litigation Lawyer

Laine T. Wagenseller

Laine T. Wagenseller

Wagenseller Law Firm specializes in Real Estate Litigation and Business Litigation in Los Angeles and Southern California. When you are facing a lawsuit or litigation, look for attorneys who have the knowledge and experience to help you achieve your goals and fight for your interests in court.

Our real estate and business litigation lawyers have extensive litigation and trial experience in a variety of real estate and business lawsuits.

We invite you to review our website and call us with any questions you may have. We welcome all inquiries and are happy to consult with you regarding your legal needs.

Latest News

Trial Victory!

We are pleased to announce that Laine Wagenseller and Wagenseller Law Firm have emerged victorious in a trial between disputed owners of a Los Angeles property. The Lawsuit. Plaintiff sued his brother (our client), alleging that he was the true owner of our client's home. Plaintiff claimed both that he had contributed the down payment at the time of purchase and that he had later entered into … [Read More...]

Can I Void a Contract in California if the Other Party Fails to Perform?

The whole point of having a contract is to obtain assurance that another party is going to actually do something, as in provide a good or a service, and that, if the party fails to do so, there will be a way to either force that party to perform or to win financial damages for their failure. But, in some cases, once one party gets into the contract, they find that, for whatever reason, they no … [Read More...]

What is the Statute of Limitations in California Quiet Title Lawsuits?

One of the most contentious and financially consequential types of real estate litigation actions is a quiet title action, which are often far from being quiet affairs. A quiet title action is one in which one party who has an interest in a piece of real estate brings a lawsuit against another party claiming to have an interest in that property, in which the requesting party (the plaintiff) is … [Read More...]