Although one of the most traditional of the legal disciplines, real estate law has become increasingly complex in recent years.
Eckert Seamans' real estate attorneys have both the technical knowledge and the practical experience to deliver top quality legal services efficiently and cost-effectively. Firm attorneys are thoroughly equipped to deal with traditional real estate concerns, such as title, conveyancing, financing, leasing, eminent domain and zoning. Firm attorneys are prepared to take an active role in any aspect of a real estate related transaction, from assisting in structuring the transaction to preparing and negotiating the operative documents. Moreover, backed by the full-service resources of the firm, they are also prepared to deal with all other aspects of modern real estate law including environmental, tax, securities, bankruptcy, creditors' rights, corporate, partnership and labor law issues.
Experience is the key. For many years, Eckert Seamans has represented a broad spectrum of commercial, industrial, residential, public and nonprofit clients, both large and small, in real estate matters. These clients include buyers and sellers of real estate; construction and permanent lenders (banks, pension funds, insurance companies, savings and loan associations, credit companies and nontraditional lenders); building contractors; owners, developers and operators of shopping centers, office buildings, industrial plants and parks, transportation facilities, sports facilities, and residential complexes; municipalities; local and regional authorities; owners and developers of coal, oil, gas and timber interests; and educational and nonprofit entities.
By applying a thorough analysis of all legal issues affecting the transaction and the good sense that comes from practical experience, Eckert Seamans’ Real Estate attorneys operate effectively in all areas of modern real estate practice and apply innovative and creative solutions.
James A. Pellow, III
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