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

When Is Specific Performance Available in a Real Estate Contract

The sometimes murky concept of “specific performance” has roots going back hundreds of years in the common law, and has been limited in many jurisdictions and areas of law, but specific performance is still alive and well in the world of California real estate litigation. Below, we provide a brief discussion of what specific performance is and when it is available in a California real estate … [Read More...]

Former 49’s All-Pro Sues Business Partner for Fraud in Real Estate Lawsuit

Patrick Willis made the Pro Bowl seven years running as a linebacker with the San Francisco 49er’s before he surprised everyone by retiring at age 30 to go join a Silicon Valley tech startup called Open Source Storage. But the teamwork that is so essential to a winning football team appears to have been lacking at the startup, as evidenced by a $2 million lawsuit Willis recently brought against … [Read More...]

Can I Win Attorneys’ Fees in a California Partition Lawsuit?

In a partition lawsuit, at least one co-owner of a real estate property is asking the court to let that party out of their co-ownership of the property through one of three options: 1) physically dividing the property into separate, individually-owned pieces; 2) selling the property and dividing up the proceeds; 3) or forcing the other co-owners to pay the petitioning co-owner an amount equal to … [Read More...]