Challenging Land Use And Zoning Law

Castro & Associates is a Los Angeles, California-based law firm that has worked with private citizens, businesses and municipalities on land use and zoning issues. Because of the complexities and difficulties involved with these cases, our experience makes us well-suited to tackle such issues.

Our firm has more than 40 years of experience with zoning matters and land disputes. We work to protect our clients' rights and ensure they are being treated fairly and justly. When your building, your home or your property is at stake, you need an experienced attorney by your side.

The Attorney Who Saved Baseball

Read about Malibu Little League case that led to founding attorney Joel Castro being called, "the attorney who saved baseball" when the state decided to take their playing fields.

"Joel saved our Malibu Little League by taking on the State of California and Coastal Commission, filing three law suits and an injunction, revoking the Coastal Commission permit, and petitioning governor Brown and the legislature for the conveyance of public lands to the little league. We now have the most beautiful playing fields in the country." - Ann Fakehany MLL Board

Our accomplishments are well-known throughout the industry. The veteran members of the firm are among the most qualified in Los Angeles, earning AV Preeminent* peer review rating through Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating.

Our founding attorney, Joel Castro, has been featured prominently in both local and national media. Our firm does not shy away from complicated cases. Rather, we dig in.

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Call our office in Los Angeles at (310) 966-6060 , or contact us through email.

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