Native American Real Estate Lawyers in Riverside County, California Enjoy a Statewide Reputation for their Expertise
Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger—unparalleled experience in Native American real estate
In the Coachella Valley, Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger is an established real estate law firm that has developed significant expertise in real property matters involving Native American real estate. Through decades of serving the Palm Springs real estate community with its extensive Indian land allotment, the firm has a wealth of experience in this niche area of real estate law. The firm's attorneys handle all aspects of Native American real estate issues in Riverside County, including:
- Land Conversions
- Land Use Litigation
- Lease Agreements
- Lease Renewals
The real estate attorneys at Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger have considerable transactional and litigation experience. They routinely handle matters before the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) and the federal courts situated in Southern California. Over years of practice, the firm has handled an array of Indian land matters, such as representing allottees in obtaining approval to convert land held in trust.
Coachella Valley Real Estate Expertise
The firm's attorneys are knowledgeable in all aspects of California real property law and have also developed particular expertise in handling local real estate transactions, including understanding the nuances of this unique region.
Reserved Water Rights
The firm is experience in all aspects of Native American water rights, especially those established under the 1908 case, Winters v. United States. Under this case, a Native American reservation may reserve water for future use in such amount as is necessary to make the reservation livable and productive.
Seek Experienced Legal Counsel for Native American real estate matters
Few, if any, law firms in California have the experience of Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger when it comes to Native American real estate matters. They pride themselves in providing the best legal advice to clients who have Indian land issues. No other law firm has the depth of knowledge in this area of the law as that shared by the attorneys at Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger. For trusted legal advice and effective representation from seasoned Riverside County real estate lawyers, contact Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger, A Law Corporation. They can be reached at 760-320-7161 to schedule an appointment.