Seeking a CALIFORNIA licensed ESTATE ATTORNEY expert for a few questions, ASAP. Please do not answer these questions if you are not fully qualified to do so. Thanks.
I am involved in social services in California (mainly attempting to assist victims of various forms of abuse.) As a result, there are many perpetrators who are not pleased that I am trying to prevent their "behavior."
It is, therefore, absolutely essential, for both my personal safety and that of many of the persons whom I am attempting to assist, to maintain strict confidentiality of my personal information-- especially my residential address.
And, I have been able to do so for many years by renting either a home or apartment-- which requires the property management company/landlord to protect the confidentiality of my personal information.
However, I know from the experience of previously owning three homes, that if I purchase a home by standard methods, my personal information (especially the property address and name of buyer/seller) is made completely "public."
For that reason, I would now like to know if there are any legal ways to purchase a property (as either a personal residence or investment) that WOULD still maintain strict confidentiality of all of my personal information-- especially my residential address. And, if so, please explain in detail-- including the estimate costs.
Thank you very much in advance for your prompt, detailed response. Sincerely Steve