Residential Real Estate
Buying or selling a home is the most significant financial transaction that many individuals undertake in their lifetime. While this can be an exciting time, without the proper legal guidance, the process can be frustrating, overwhelming and more expensive than necessary. Even if there are no obvious disagreements between the Buyer and Seller, it is advisable for each party to enter into real estate transactions with one’s own attorney who can help steer them away from common pitfalls and facilitate a smooth transfer of property.
Commercial Real Estate
The commercial real estate market is far more complex than the residential market and is subject to a wide range of federal, state and local laws and regulations. The purchase and sale of office buildings, apartment buildings, shopping centers and other commercial properties also depends on a number of factors including zoning, title clearance and financing.
Real Estate Litigation
The process of buying, selling or developing real property is one of the most complex areas of the law as they involve old common law and modern secured transactions as well as lending regulations. If you are a buyer, seller or land developer embroiled in a real estate dispute or would like to take precautions to avoid conflict, our real estate litigation attorneys can work with you to ensure your money and property rights are adequately protected against adverse parties and claims.
Much like implementing the intricate and complex specifications of a blueprint, a construction litigation attorney can work with your company to prevent unforeseen disagreements and effectuate mutually-beneficial settlements to prevent future conflict with various business partners. With the number of sub-contractors, vendors and service providers involved in residential or commercial construction project, the likelihood of litigation increases. Having a knowledgeable and competent construction litigation attorney on your team can be an invaluable tool in protecting your company from unnecessary exposure to liability.