Tyler M. Lalaguna

Tyler Maize Lalaguna

A licensed California real estate broker as well as a highly rated attorney, Mr. Lalaguna focuses his practice primarily on real estate; however, he also devotes a portion of his practice to commercial and trust litigation.

Over the course of his 15-year legal career, Mr. Lalaguna has represented the interests of both residential and commercial clients during all aspects of complex real estate matters. He has earned a reputation as an exceptional legal professional who is always prepared and willing to do what is necessary to help his clients achieve the results they seek.

An effective litigator, he has achieved notable success defending the rights and interests of those he has served in complex and high-stakes litigation matters involving real estate disputesbreaches of contracttrust disputes, and other legal conflicts.

In all cases, Mr. Lalaguna is fully committed to delivering the quality legal services and outstanding representation his clients deserve with the utmost professionalism and efficiency. He also serves his community through his support of local civic organizations and his philanthropic efforts.

Mr. Lalaguna earned his Bachelor of Science in managerial economics from the University of California, Davis, in 1999, graduating with honors. He then attended the University of San Diego School of Law, where he obtained his Juris Doctor in 2002. That same year, The State Bar of California admitted him to practice.


Over 30 matters tried to final judgment. Hundreds of depositions taken and defended. Hundreds of law and motion work. Real Estate Broker.


Undergraduate – University of California, Davis. Bachelor of Science – Managerial Economics with Honors. 1999.

Law – University of San Diego. 2002. Induction into Phi Delta Phi.

Honors – First Shasta County attorney to be acknowledged by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star. A distinction bestowed for seven years. 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. One of only two Shasta County attorneys to be inducted into the Litigation Counsel of America.


Cottonwood Duplexes v. Barlow (2012) 210 Cal.App. 4th 1501.