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Yi Sun Kim Receives Bar Association President’s Award

Yi Sun Kim Receives Bar Association President’s Award

Greenberg & Bass associate Yi Sun Kim was recently honored at the San Fernando Valley Bar Association’s annual Installation Celebration. Ms. Kim was selected  to receive the 2015 Lasarow Award for outstanding pro bono service. The prestigious award...
Jim Felton Interviewed in Daily Journal Article

Jim Felton Interviewed in Daily Journal Article

Greenberg & Bass’s experience with law firm succession planning was discussed in a recently published article in the Los Angeles Daily Journal. Managing Partner James R. Felton is quoted throughout the article, which provides insights into the strategy...
Partition Actions: working with court-appointed referees

Partition Actions: working with court-appointed referees

Approximately 60 days after filing a partition action, and assuming no efforts to resolve the legal action have been successful, counsel for the partitioning co-owner may, and should, file a written request with the Court seeking an order that partition is available...
Partition Actions: working with court-appointed referees

Initial Steps in Partition Actions

Before filing a partition action in court, the co-owner contemplating partition should obtain a preliminary title report for the purpose of identifying all persons with an ownership interest in the real property, and determining what liens exist on the property. The...
Partition Actions: working with court-appointed referees

Partition Actions: FAQs

What is a partition? California’s Partition Law is a set of statutes in California’s Civil Procedure Code that allows any co-owner of real property to have the property sold, or to have the property divided into equally valuable parts. Partition is powerful, because...
Partition Actions: working with court-appointed referees

Common Uses for Partition Actions

Partition actions are useful in many situations. The common denominators are disagreements among co-owners that reach a deadlock, or the desire of one co-owner to “cash out” his or her investment by causing the sale or division of the jointly owned real property....