Rockland County Real Estate Lawyer
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Commercial Real Estate Lawyer
Buying and selling commercial real estate properties can often be incredibly stressful for our clients due to the magnitude of finance they are dealing with and the fear they may have of losing such a large amount of money. Therefore, we feel it is our responsibility to make the process as easy as possible for every client and truly allow our clients to maximize their own potential in this area of business. The over 36 years of experience and knowledge our attorneys have in the legal implications of commercial real estate are second to none and can be invaluable to any client, especially one who is new to the world of real estate. Our firm always has the best interest of our clients at heart and we will ensure that our attorneys provide the most suitable and beneficial advice in relation to the legal requirements and regulations of commercial real estate.
Residential Real Estate Lawyer
Residential real estate is also an area in which clients are often fearful of losing money, however with our advice and knowledge, our clients can make the most of their own abilities and continually have successful residential real estate experiences. It is important to have quality legal representation when buying, selling or leasing out a residential property as this will make you appear as a more credible purchaser or seller. Our clients are always presented with all the necessary information they need to carry out a successful purchase or sale of a residential property and we are always happy to listen to any concerns they may have and provide them with the advice we think will be most beneficial for their situation as well as any other legal knowledge they may find helpful or need to be aware of.
If you are an individual or a couple facing a serious financial situation, you may want to know about your bankruptcy options. Before filing for bankruptcy, there are options to help you avoid taking that step, including a loan modification. If bankruptcy is the logical next step, knowing which one is right for you is important. There are two types of bankruptcy provided by the court; Chapter 7 & Chapter 13.