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Law Offices of Susan D. Stein - Santa Ana, CA

1602 East Fourth Street Santa Ana, CA 92701- 5118

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Updated: 06/15/2020

Santa Ana Mediation Law Firm

Overview

The Law Offices of Susan D. Stein, located in the city of Santa Ana, California, is where Ms. Stein has called home since 1989. Ms. Stein serves clients throughout Southern California in the counties of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino, including the communities of Santa Ana, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Irvine, Fullerton, Orange, and Tustin.

Susan Stein has been a lawyer for more than twenty years. Ms. Stein represents a clientele that includes corporations, individuals, land ...

About Law Offices of Susan D. Stein

Practice Areas

  • Mediation
  • Commercial and Residential Real Estate Law
  • Business Formation, Contracts and Transactions
  • Small Business Counsel
  • Contract Disputes and Business Litigation
  • Landlord-Tenant Disputes and Real Estate Litigation
  • Debt Negotiations and Collection
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • Estate Planning

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Address

1602 East Fourth Street Santa Ana, CA 92701- 5118

Fax

  • 714-543-4552

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