California Real Estate Finance and Lending Law Attorneys

Complex financial litigation demands knowledgeable and experienced real estate finance and lending law attorneys. The finance and lending law attorneys of the Firm have substantial experience in representing both lenders and borrowers in real estate finance transactions. They have negotiated and prepared loan documentation and assisted clients with every aspect of real estate purchase transactions.

The finance and lending law attorneys of The Williams Firm have decades of experience assisting both individuals and businesses with banking and lending law issues. Relying on their years of experience in large law firms, the lawyers at the Firm provide clients with creative legal solutions tailored to meet their specific needs and goals.


If you are seeking the services of an aggressive law firm with the skills and resources needed to handle lending cases, please contact a finance and lending law attorney at The Williams Firm to arrange a free one-half hour consultation.

The Firm’s goal is always to resolve your issue as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.

Experienced. Skilled. Successful.

The lending law attorneys of The Williams Firm have a high degree of skill and experience in the representation of lenders, borrowers, financial institutions, and government agencies in complex litigation involving financial matters such as:

  • Loan transactions
  • Judicial foreclosure
  • Appointment of receivers
  • Lender liability
  • Injunctions
  • Preparation and negotiation of promissory notes, deeds of trust, loan agreements, escrow instructions, and other loan documents
  • Fraud
  • Debt collection
  • Negotiable instruments
  • Directors’ and officers’ liability
  • Lien priority disputes
  • Loan portfolio collection

The Firm’s banking and lending law attorneys also represent clients in matters such as forged signatures, negligence, misappropriation of funds, recorded documents missed by title companies, disputed security interests, and wire transfer fraud.

Distressed Assets and Commercial Foreclosure

The attorneys of the Firm have significant experience in dealing with troubled commercial real estate assets and have assisted clients in judicial and non-judicial foreclosure. The Firm can also assist with litigation involving real estate loans, such as judicial foreclosure, the appointment of receivers, injunctive relief and writs of attachment. The Firm has substantial expertise in resolving disputes with distressed real property and documenting the resolution of those disputes in proper legal documents.

The Firm’s attorneys represent business owners and commercial property owners who are facing foreclosure on their commercial building. They actively pursue viable legal options to stop the foreclosure and protect their clients’ interests in the property. If the business owner has already taken action to prevent the foreclosure, but is still being foreclosed upon, there may be lender liability issues. The Firm will quickly analyze and address your needs and formulate a strategy for resolving the situation.

Contact The Williams Firm

For effective legal representation in a banking and lending law case, contact the banking and lending lawyers at The Williams Firm in Walnut Creek, California. You can depend on the Firm’s foreclosure and lending law experience and litigation skills to protect your interests.

Contact the banking and lending attorneys at The Williams Firm.

A Pragmatic Approach to Lending Law

The Williams Firm’s financial litigation lawyers take a pragmatic approach to the practice of real estate finance, commercial foreclosure and lending law. They recognize that some situations require an aggressive approach while others are more appropriately resolved by a negotiated settlement.

The attorneys will perform an ongoing cost-benefit analysis regarding the options of going to trial or resolving a dispute through negotiation or mediation. They will offer their best legal advice based on their years of experience in the field. Contact a banking and lending law attorney at The Williams Firm.