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Our firm's attorneys focus in the following practice areas: family law, including divorce, property division, child custody, child support, visitation, and domestic partnerships; labor and employment law, including public and private sector employment disputes, wrongful termination, employment discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage claims, unemployment insurance claims disputes, and administrative hearings and appeals; real estate and construction disputes, including title disputes, construction defects, boundary and easement disputes, commercial lease disputes, and mechanic's liens; and, business and contract disputes, including partnership disputes, breach of contract, and collections.
Our Firm is Known for its Professionalism, Competency and Integrity
Granowitz, White & Weber strives to offer quality legal representation and services to our clients and our efforts have been noted and honored:
-We provide highly competent, aggressive, and responsible legal counsel.
-We emphasize professional, efficient representation and a no-nonsense style.
-Our attorneys have earned local and statewide recognition for excellence.
-Our firm has been awarded the highest peer attorney rating, AV Preeminent, by Martindale-Hubbell, the rating system relied on by the public and legal community.
Members of our firm have also been recognized each year since 2006 by Inland Empire magazine in its "Inland Empire's Best Lawyers" issues, as well as California Lawyer and in the 2010, 2011, and 2012 editions of Southern California Super Lawyers. Each year beginning in January, 2010, Granowitz, White & Weber has been honored as one of the top law firms in the Inland Empire as published in the Business Press.
For clients facing a family law matter, founding member Richard A. Granowitz is certified as a Family Law Specialist by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization.
Specific Areas of Practice for our San Bernardino office:
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