Taking legal action for business transactions. A litigation lawyer is often consulted for legal representation and to help settle a dispute.
Probate is the legal process whereby a will is “proved” in a court and accepted as a valid public document that is the true last testament of the deceased.
As tax authorities continue to become more aggressive in their examination activities, businesses must adapt by developing appropriate strategies.
Attorneys can help borrowers understand their legal rights, negotiate with their lender, complete the required paperwork and even stop a foreclosure sale.
Unknown title defects that are not detected prior to closing can be catastrophic to both first time homeowners and seasoned investors alike.
Foreclosure is devastating to you and your family. It is worse than bankruptcy…It is worse than a short sale… Avoid it! Ask about our Stay Program.
Who must receive notices? Where must those notices be sent? Even worse, what if that decision is not yours? What if you are in a dispute with your business partner?
Owner Financed Closings
Owner financing options are available to buyers who are unable to qualify through traditional financing or do not want to use third party financing.
Bankruptcy is a process designed to help consumers and businesses eliminate their debts or repay them under the protection of the Bankruptcy Court.
Voluntarily deciding to shut your business down can be an overwhelming process. Who must receive notices? Where must those notices be sent?
Unless all variables are assessed by a competent business attorney , chances are you are exposing you, your family, and your business to unnecessary risk.
Real estate is a magnet for litigation, from disputes in transactions and development to conflicts among co-owners or between landlords and tenants.