As a real estate professional, business leader, homeowner or in-house corporate attorney, you may encounter a range of legal challenges that are pivotal financially and otherwise. Your priorities when seeking counsel likely include responsiveness and cost-efficiency as well as proven ability to earn favorable results through either negotiation or litigation.
Irvine Area Real Estate Attorneys · Knowledgeable, Resourceful And Dynamic
For many clients throughout Orange County and elsewhere in Southern California, Nialis Law Group is the ideal legal resource across several complex practice areas. Our agile legal team, led by highly regarded attorney Mark Nialis, brings a decades-long track record of effective representation to each case. Among other honors, Mr. Nialis has received an "AV" rating* for ethics and integrity under Martindale-Hubbell's peer review system.
In addition to Mr. Nialis' 30-plus years of wide-ranging experience, you will benefit from our professional team's commitment to addressing your legal concerns with genuine drive, innovation and resourcefulness. We are equipped to manage the most complex transactions and litigation — and yet, as a boutique law firm with a lean business model, we deliver personal attention, hands-on case management and affordable rates that set us apart.
Based In Orange, Business Attorneys Focused On Supporting Your Success
In matters from business formation to contract litigation, insurance defense and a full spectrum of real estate concerns, you can count on our lawyers to relentlessly pursue your objectives while keeping your bottom line in constant view. Your transaction, dispute or legal obstacle will be a top priority from day one through its resolution.
We are located in the Orange Tower, a Class A building with excellent freeway access and abundant free parking. For a consultation to discuss your immediate or ongoing legal needs, please call 714-453-4777 or contact us by email anytime.
*Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories - legal ability and general ethical standards.