Newman & Horton LLP | Attorneys at Law | Simi Valley, CA | Civil Litigation
Newman and Horton are able to provide a comprehensive level of representation for our clients’ specific needs. The ability to represent our clients in both their personal and professional lives creates a unified and tailored representation strategies. Supplementing our corporate law emphasis with the ability to handle related civil, family, criminal, estate planning, and administrative matters has set us apart from other boutique corporate law firms.
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Civil Litigation

California Civil Litigation Attorneys

Skilled general civil litigation and dispute resolution attorneys serving Ventura, Los Angeles and Santa Barbara Counties.

Newman & Horton utilize a client-centric approach to help clients resolve their disputes as smoothly and as quickly as possible, but also in a way that is unique to each client’s issue and needs. The firm’s experienced civil litigation attorneys handle all forms of general civil litigation including:

  Real estate disputes              •  Contested estate litigation

  Business disputes                  •  Contested probate administration

  Collection disputes               •  Contested wills

  Landlord tenant law              •  Trust litigation

  Buy/Sell Agreements

  Contractor Disputes

Please call us today to discuss your matter and determine what legal action can be taken immediately in order to protect your rights

Newman and Horton LLP is equipped to handle your civil litigations needs from mediation to arbitration to trial. We have successfully represented contractors, employees, homeowners, and others in their civil matters and are here to help you in your case.

Civil Litigation
Contractor Disputes

Breach of Contract

Employment Law

Car Collector Law