Business Real Estate Transactions
Our firm knows the importance of real estate to your business, especially with the fragility of the market. Taking precautions by hiring attorneys to protect your interests in all transactions is essential these days. We can assist your business with all real estate matters, including:
- Purchases & Sales: We’ll help you through every step of purchasing and selling real estate, including drafting and reviewing agreements, negotiating terms and conditions, conducting due diligence, and resolving any legal disputes that may arise.
- Exchanges: Real estate exchanges benefit business owners looking to obtain real estate that suits their needs while avoiding risks and tax costs from a traditional sale. We’ll help coordinte this transaction for you.
- 1031 Exchanges: In order to qualify for a 1031 exchange, the properties being exchanged must be obtained for business purposes. We’ll make sure your business submits the proper legal paperwork that comes alongsode a 1031 exchange.
- Foreclosure: If your business is being foreclosed on, we can give you the legal advice you need to explore all of your options.
- Leases: We will ensure that your lease agreement is legally enforceable. Moreover, we will protect the legal rights of the lessor and the lessee while providing guidance and support throughout the lease term.
- Gifts: If a gift involves significant value, we will ensure it is given in a legally valid and tax-efficient way.
- Zoning & Land Use: We understand local zoning and land use laws and represent our clients in legal proceedings related to such.
- Development: We specialize in real estate development. We’ll help ensure that projects are legally compliant. Furthermore, we’ll negotiate contracts with all parties involved in the development, including architects, contractors, and engineers.
Law & Stein Is Your Business Real Estate Transaction Attorney in Irvine CA
We are cost-effective legal advisement for all of your real estate transactions. Contact us today to schedule your complimentary consultation.
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