Kimberly is a member of the Alameda County Bar Association and the Filipino Bar Association of Northern California. Kimberly is also a member of the Twin Valley Mother Of Twins Club.
If you are a property owner and have commissioned work to be done to your property, you may have heard of a mechanic’s lien. This type of claim comes with the potential for financial loss on the part of the property owner. If a lien has been recorded on your Bay Area property, you should consult an experienced attorney as soon as possible. Read on for an introduction to mechanic’s liens and how they work:
As California commercial collections attorneys representing businesses trying to collect outstanding debts, we have been involved in several cases over years where aggressive litigation tactics taken early in the case have resulted in positive outcomes for our creditor clients years later.
Whether you have owned your Bay Area property for years or have recently acquired it, you could find yourself dealing with a boundary dispute at some point. If this happens, the best course of action is generally to remain as neutral as possible when the dispute arises. And quickly engage an experienced real estate attorney to represent you, as such disputes can end up in court.
Meera Parikh, a partner at Poniatowski Leding Parikh Law Corporation, recently settled a boundary dispute between two commercial properties in San Leandro that came to light when one property owner made improvement plans that imposed on the other property. In the end, Meera worked with the two sides to negotiate a settlement that avoided a court hearing. Continue reading
Kim Leding, a partner at PLP Law Corporation, recent won a Mechanics Lien settlement on behalf of our client in his dispute with a large company. As a result, he recently posted this review on Kim’s AVVO.com profile. Reprinted here with permission:
Kim Leding is an Exceptional Attorney!
Kimberly Leding is an awesome attorney, FULL STOP PERIOD! From our initial consultation, I found Kim to be extremely knowledgeable of the type of case (a release of a Mechanics Lien) I presented to her for help. She was very open with me as she explained the facts, concerns and issues of my case. And, her fee was reasonable.
She was also always prompt with updating me on the status of my case. She never left me wondering as to what’s going on. My legal opponent is a large company. However, Kim swiftly and deftly resolved the case 100% in my favor. She is a legal warrior! I will, and have, recommended her to my friends and business associates.
If in the future, I find myself needing an attorney, I will not hesitate to seek her representation. I wish I could give her 10 stars!
PLP Law is Expert at Resolving Mechanics Lien Disputes
Poniatowski Leding Parikh Law Corporation has been handling business and real property legal matters like this Mechanics Lien case for over 30 years. Clients and legal industry colleagues know us as tough but fair advocates for our client’s interests. We have also earned a strong reputation within the Alameda County court system on matters of creditors rights and other contractual legal issues.
How may we help you resolve legal conflicts in a satisfactory manner?
An East Coast financial advisor recently had a Bay Area client who needed help closing an estate involving real property holdings after the death of a loved one. She came to us via referral, as the legal challenges of the trust administration were a bit complex and needed the expertise of a local estate planning and real estate attorney familiar with California law. Apparently we made a real difference.
The advisor sent this note to the person who referred us:
“Your attorney was VERY helpful. I wish the woman who needed him had connected with him sooner— so does she! Many thanks!”
Real Estate Ownership Issues Arise in Trust Administration
Sorting out ownership and title claims for real property for estate planning is critical to help heirs move on with their lives with minimal conflict. We are pleased to have had a hand in helping get this estate properly sorted out.
Our mission is always to put the needs of the client first, before our own. We are happy to have once again met that standard in this situation.
The Rotary Club of Castro Valley recently honored our firm founder and partner Mark Poniatowski as Rotarian of the Month, along with fellow club members Roland Williams and Bernie Kempen. They were honored for their work establishing the club’s Racial Discrimination Forum and initiating a serious discussion of race in our community.
Mark Poniatowski Founds Castro Valley Rotary Club Racial Discrimination Forum to Explore Community Bias Issues
Here is an excerpt from the club’s announcement: Continue reading
Home title fraud earned the “latest scam” label from the FBI back in 2008. Home title fraud (also known as “deed fraud”) is different from mortgage fraud. Title fraud occurs when someone obtains the title to your home through fraudulent methods. Then, the criminal tries to use your home’s equity to secure as many loans as possible. Homeowners can be completely unaware of this until the lender tries to foreclose on the home. It can take your real estate attorneys months to undo the damage. Continue reading
We are pleased to have been able to handle the legal matters of the Hughes family, arranging their estate needs to their satisfaction.
“Our experience with Mark and his staff was a very positive one. With their legal knowledge and experience coupled with their professionalism, courtesy and patience they helped us create a very satisfactory family trust document. We have already recommended PLP Law firm to two families.”
Creditor Rights is a generic terms for the tool-box of rights that any creditor has to collect outstanding debt from the debtors that owe the creditor money. This Creditors Rights tool box is available whether in a bankruptcy or non-bankruptcy context.
Creditors Rights Protect Creditors When Debts Become Hard to Collect
If one of your debtors declares bankruptcy, or is not in bankruptcy but in default in payment and not responding to your collection efforts, it is important for you to learn more about your rights as a creditor and what you must do to give yourself the best opportunity to collect your debt. And the tools at your disposal differ depending on whether in a bankruptcy or non-bankruptcy context. This is what a Creditors Rights attorney can help you sort out. Continue reading