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"Ready for Trial, Your Honor"

Admitted to the State Bar of California in 1997 and licensed to practice before all the courts in the state of California, attorney John Guerrini’s practice focuses on civil litigation for both plaintiffs and defendants. “Ready for trial, your honor” are five words that Mr. Guerrini has spoken proudly hundreds of times in the last 25 years. In his experience, most attorneys are intent on avoiding trial, have a fear of going to trial, or do not have the skills to go to trial. When you absolutely need to go to trial over a dispute, you want someone on your side who knows the discovery process, who knows how to prepare a case for trial, and who is ready for trial if and when the time comes to present your case.


Over the last quarter century, Mr. Guerrini has brought and defended thousands of cases involving commercial disputes, business and real estate litigation, partnership disputes, quiet title and partition actions, real estate purchase and sale litigation including broker non‑disclosure, B&P 17200 defense, FDCPA and Rosenthal Act violations, and both foreclosure and defense of mechanics liens.


Mr. Guerrini regularly speaks and writes on issues related to judgment enforcement. He is available as a retained consultant or expert for matters relating to attorney standard of care in collection litigation, judgment enforcement, execution, domestication and registration of judgments.

While he calls the Greater Palm Springs area home, Mr. Guerrini litigates cases throughout the state of California and over the last 25 years, he has appeared in nearly every county in the state. If you wish to have Mr. Guerrini consider representing you or your company, you should send an email explaining your needs. The email should include all relevant facts, names of all players, and any relevant documents. Please note that Mr. Guerrini does not accept all cases, and he does not respond to all inquiries. No attorney/client relationship may be created unless and until an engagement agreement is signed by both attorney and client.

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