Real | Reliable | Creative | Practical
Commercial Real Estate | Tax | Business Transactions
GOVERNMENTAL & DISTRICT REGULATION
Water Utility Districts | Groundwater Conservation Districts
Wills | Trusts | Estate Planning | Wealth Preservation
LEGAL COUNSEL FOR BUSINESS
Comprised of a strategic blend of specialists in federal, state and local tax and commercial real estate law with large corporate and law firm experience, we are well positioned to assist real estate entrepreneurs, investors and business owners (large and small) achieve their business goals and objectives. In addition to the firm’s specialization in tax and commercial real estate law, each of the firm’s partners have broad and extensive experience providing general transactional business services with regard to the formation, tax and entity structuring, mergers & acquisitions and general business transactions.
WHY CHOOSE US?
Creative & Practical Solutions
Access & Adaptability
Experienced Board Certified Specialists
Collegiality & Collaboration
Modernization / Technological Efficiency
We triage, diagnose, and react to important tax and legal issues bound to arise in the context of multi-disciplinary legal problems and opportunities and help individuals and companies navigate mission critical investment and business endeavors from start up, to mid-stream events, and on to exit and reinvestment strategies.
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