Paul  Sweeney

Law Offices of Paul H. Sweeney, A Professional Corporation

Paul Sweeney

4640 Admiralty Way, Suite 500 Marina del Rey, CA 90292

About Us

40 years successfully representing clients in all real estate matters. Former Assistant United States Attorney and California Deputy Attorney General. AV-rated (highest rating available) by Martindale-Hubbell, a national service that impartially rates attorneys.

See our website, link above, for details.

Limited caseload enables Mr. Sweeney's focused personal attention to your matter. Vigorous, effective advocacy. Graduate of Amherst College and Georgetown University Law Center.

Matters handled include and are not limited to:

interpreting and enforcing purchase and sale agreements;
misrepresentations and failure to disclose defects or other information;
nuisances and other problems with neighbors and adjoining landowners, such as
tree encroachments, noise, and water runoff damage;
fence and boundary line disputes;
homeowners' association (HOA) issues;
easement issues;
eminent domain and condemnation;
title and title insurance;
homeowner's insurance; and construction contracts.

Areas of Practice

Practice Areas:
Real Estate

Firm Profile

Firm Practices in These States:
California; state court matters in select other states; federal court matters in all 50 states
Year Firm was Created:
1973
Office Location(s):
Westwood in Los Angeles near UCLA
Spoken Languages:
English and fluent Spanish
Firm Description:
40 years successfully representing clients in all real estate matters. Former Assistant United States Attorney and California Deputy Attorney General. AV-rated (highest rating available) by Martindale-Hubbell, a national service that impartially rates attorneys.

See our website, link above, for details.

Limited caseload enables Mr. Sweeney�s focused personal attention to your matter. Vigorous, effective advocacy. Graduate of Amherst College and Georgetown University Law Center.

Matters handled include and are not limited to:

interpreting and enforcing purchase and sale agreements;
misrepresentations and failure to disclose defects or other information;
nuisances and other problems with neighbors and adjoining landowners, such
as tree encroachments, noise, and water runoff damage;
fence and boundary line disputes;
homeowners' association (HOA) issues;
easement issues;
eminent domain and condemnation;
title and title insurance;
homeowner's insurance; and construction contracts.