Do I Need A Real Estate Attorney?
Real estate transactions may seem straightforward initially, but they can turn complex quickly. Whether it is for an investment or business property, or if it is your primary residence, we can help ensure the process is smooth and avoid any potential issues now and in the future. Real estate is one of the largest purchases that you will make personally or professionally, so it is best to be prepared and informed from the beginning of negotiations and not leave it to chance.
Our experienced real estate attorneys at Foley, Shannon, Powers & Rusch can help protect your investment by ensuring the contracts are in complete and cover any situation that may arise. We represent clients in both residential and commercial real estate matters, including sales, purchases, land contracts, and litigation. Each of these transactions can encounter a number of regulatory, financial, and legal issues throughout the process. We will work with you and our network of real estate professionals to provide you with a successful transaction and help reduce the stress and headaches along the way.
Every contract features at least two parties and occasionally these can lead to disagreements, negligence or breaches by one or both parties. We can represent you in the ensuing litigations. These disputes are oftentimes brought about by lease agreements. Over the years, we have assisted both tenants and landlords for breach of contracts, evictions, and other issues involving the enforcement of the terms listed in the contract. Our attorneys will work to understand the full terms of the agreement between the two parties and will present you with the options that are available to you in order to decide the best course of action for the most favorable outcome.
The best course of action in the long run is to have Foley, Shannon, Powers & Rusch evaluate the terms before signing to ensure you are aware of the stipulations and various ways that the agreement can be ended. If you are in need of legal assistance in a real estate transaction, contact us today to schedule a time to discuss your case.