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Real Estate And Business Law | Insurance And Contract Disputes

At the Law Office of Ethan A. Glaubiger in Santa Rosa, we are committed to providing each of our clients with quality legal representation and superior service. We work closely with our clients, many of whom are involved in litigation and require the assistance of an experienced litigator.

We offer a focused legal practice, with concentrations in:

  • Real estate litigation
  • Business litigation
  • Contract disputes
  • Insurance disputes
  • Landlord-tenant law

We also assist clients with general real estate and business law matters, including advice and counsel, contract draft and review services, leases, and real estate transactions.

Our Practice Areas

Real Estate Law And Litigation
Real Estate Law And Litigation
Business Law And Litigation
Business Law And Litigation
Insurance Disputes
Insurance Disputes

Put A True Trial Lawyer On Your Side

Whether you have been injured in an accident or you are involved in a legal dispute involving your business, your property or your contractual rights, it is critical that you have a skilled and experienced trial lawyer on your side.

Santa Rosa business attorney Ethan A. Glaubiger has more than 25 years of litigation experience. He is focused on resolving disputes in the most effective and cost-efficient manner possible. His attention to detail, courtroom experience and thorough trial preparation are a decided advantage for anyone whose rights and financial interests are at stake. As a client of our firm, you will have a strong advocate on your side.

United States District Court | Northern District of California
The State Bar of California | July 29th 1927

CA Real Estate, Disclosure, And a Buyer’s Duty

Is a seller required to disclose when a property is involved in current litigation?

California law requires sellers disclose certain defects present in the property listed for sale. In addition to obvious defects, like leaks in the roof or cracks in the foundation that are visible with the naked eye, state law also requires disclosure of certain nontraditional defects. One example: the required disclosure of any litigation involving a developer.

Purchase of condominium or housing unit that is part of a larger development is commonplace in California. As such, it is not uncommon for a buyer or seller to find themselves navigating a situation where the development or condo association is in the midst of a lawsuit…

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