Ms. Goldstein (formerly Chan) obtained her Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, where she was a member of the International Law Review. Ms. Goldstein attended the University of Southern California for her undergraduate education, where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology.
Since obtaining her law degree from Loyola Law School, Ms. Goldstein has focused her practice on real estate and business litigation. Ms. Goldstein also has experience with real property purchase and sale disputes, commercial leasing disputes, unlawful detainer actions, competing creditor claim disputes over personal property, easements disputes, judgment enforcement and collections.
Prior to obtaining her legal education, Ms. Goldstein worked in the legal field as a legal assistant at a civil litigation firm.
Ms. Goldstein’s successes on behalf of her clients include:
- Obtaining an arbitration award in a residential real estate dispute against a buyer who refused to release monies held in escrow
- Obtaining a complete dismissal of a fraud suit at the pleading stage and obtaining an award of attorneys’ fees following the dismissal
- Negotiating significant settlements in collection matters without resorting to costly judgment enforcement procedures
- Successfully helping negotiate complicated easement settlements involving claims of prescriptive easements, equitable easements, trespass, nuisance and quiet title;
- Negotiating multi-million dollar loan terms and documents and providing due diligence regarding the same;
- Taking a breach of contract matter through binding arbitration to judgment.