The most costly legal problems generally occur when someone signs a contract without reading it or fully understanding the legal meaning of it. You can avoid expensive legal problems by investing a small amount to have the contract reviewed and its terms explained to you by an attorney, before you sign it.

Our background in real estate law involves all types of contracts for commercial, investment and residential properties, including:

  • Draft or review contracts for the purchase or sale of real estate or the joint purchase of real estate (such as an equity sharing arrangement)
  • Review and draft options to purchase real estate or documents for financing or developing real estate
  • Draft or review commercial, industrial or retail leases

  • Prepare documentation for seller-financed sales transactions, which involve preparing contracts, deeds and promissory notes