Peter Wittlin is a real estate attorney practicing in Southern California. There is practically no sort of real estate problem that Peter C. Wittlin has not grappled with over the course of his 37 years as an attorney. Clients who meet with him immediately note his tremendous understanding of their legal issues. He is an attorney who has earned the trust of his clients.

Attorney Peter Wittlin has received a client rating of 5.0 out of 5.0 from Martindale-Hubbell.* He has twice received the “Most Outstanding Achievement Award” from the Orange County Bar Association real estate attorney section. His tremendous understanding of the law and the services that he has provided have prompted clients to return to him again and again for matters pertaining to their legal needs.

As a real estate attorney, Mr. Wittlin keeps himself busy catering to the needs of individuals and small businesses throughout Southern California. He provides the same quality service whether in rental lease negotiations or the matter is being tried in state or federal court.

To schedule a consultation with Peter C. Wittlin Attorney at Law, please contact us by telephone at 949-430-6529 or use the form below.

*Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.

Articles by Peter Wittlin

eligible to file bankruptcy

How to Know if You’re Eligible to File Bankruptcy

  For many debtors, filing bankruptcy can be an appealing option to rid themselves of formidable debt. Yet, before filing, it is essential to know the difference between bankruptcy options (7, 11, 13) and whether you are even eligible…

How Your (Good) Attorney Should Treat You

Handling Your Stress. When a client has a legal problem, he or she is oftentimes under financial and consequent emotional stress. The good attorney should listen to you enough to be able to "walk in your shoes" to feel as you do about your…
Negotiating a Commercial Real Estate Lease, Commercial Real Estate, Gross lease vs net lease, commercial zoning laws

What to Consider When Negotiating a Commercial Real Estate Lease

A commercial real estate lease can make or break a young business. If the location turns out to be a flop, you don’t want to be stuck there for years. But if your company finds itself in a developing hub, you don’t want to worry about excessive…
Filing Bankruptcy

Busting Bankruptcy Myths

  Just saying the word feels taboo – “Bankruptcy” [shivers] – but filing bankruptcy isn’t a topic that should avoid discussion. Years of bad publicity have framed it as a way out, or the mark of fiscal irresponsibility. However,…
Bulk Sales Law, Bulk Sales Act

Buying a Business? Be Aware of the Bulk Sales Law

You just bought a business. Congratulations! But a moment that should be filled with excitement can quickly shift into overwhelming dread as phone calls from creditors begin filling your voicemail, eager to recoup the debts owed on the…