Alan Abergel

Law Offices of Alan Abergel, P.C.

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Our firm provides both transactional/deal services and litigation services before state, federal, and bankruptcy courts and administrative agencies. We often act as outside general counsel for our clients’ businesses. We serve many business industries including, real estate, construction, lending, financial services, restaurants, apparel, high tech, music, and manufacturing. We provide professional, cost-effective, responsive, and aggressive representation to our clients. Our skill in incorporating litigation avoidance strategies into our clients’ business planning is a key element of our practice. Regardless of an organization's size or prominence, legal problems affecting financial status and/or reputation, require prompt and practical solutions. We view our clients’ legal problems as business problems, and work innovatively and promptly to resolve them. We recognize that our clients have businesses to run. For that reason, we work aggressively to get our clients back to developing their businesses. We believe you will find us to be responsive, efficient as well as cost effective. Our main office is located in Encino, in the heart of the Encino Financial District, near the intersection of the 101 and 405 freeways in the northwest Los Angeles area, conveniently located to serve both "Westside" and San Fernando/Conejo Valley clients. Our Beverly Hills office mainly serves "Westside" clients.
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(818) 783-4645 (310) 779-4537secondary
15915 Ventura Blvd. Suite 300 Encino CA 91436

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Areas of Practice

  • Banking Law
  • Bankruptcy Law
  • Business Law
  • Construction Law
  • Entertainment & Sport Law
  • General Civil Litigation
  • Intellectual Property
  • Investment Law
  • Landlord & Tenants
  • Probate, Trusts, Wills & Estates
  • Real Estate and Real Property
  • Securities Law

States of Practice

  • California - Admitted 7

Countries of Practice

  • United States
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