Property signifies dominion or right of use, which is lawfully exercised over things, objects, or land, and includes not only the face of the earth but everything of a permanent nature over or under it. This includes, but is not limited to, structures and minerals, access rights, land division, boundary disputes, and matters pertaining to neighboring nuisance and/or trespass disputes. At Burgess & Bogener, Inc. we know this area of law and have successfully defended and prosecuted such rights for our clients throughout our State, including cases in the counties of Shasta, Tehama, Alameda, Trinity, Del Norte, Humboldt, Glynn, Butte, Kern, Inyo, Orange, Nevada, and Siskiyou.

A component of our real estate practice includes prosecuting and defending actions advanced by or brought against every player involved in a real property transaction, including brokers, appraisers, contractors, surveyors, engineers, lenders, and title companies, and more importantly, we have made connections with our clients that span years because we know how to successfully and strategically work this area of law.

In addition to actively litigating in this area of law, Burgess & Bogener, Inc. have acted as panel speakers for continuing education in matters of real property and are recognized authors in this area of law; having previously published articles in the acclaimed California Real Property Journal.”

Our clients can count on Burgess & Bogener to be proficient and skilled in the application of real property law while staying up-to-date on its many nuances.