Alameda County Real Estate Attorney
As recognized leaders in real estate law, our Alameda County real estate attorneys handle all types of acquisitions, sales and exchanges; draft and review commercial, office and other types of leases; prepare and review all forms of construction documentation and processes; and lead our clients through the labyrinth of land use regulation and procedure, and post-approval challenges.
Throughout the course of our representation, our Alameda County real estate attorneys ensure that our clients are informed, and invite them to be active participants in the resolution of their legal matters.
Commercial Real Estate Attorney Alameda County CA
Our Alameda County commercial real estate attorneys represent national, regional and local offices of commercial, industrial and retail landlords and tenants. We also advise condominium owners and tenants in all matters pertaining to the acquisition, holding of and disposition of real property.
Alameda County Real Property Lawyer
At Brothers Smith LLP, our goal is to successfully resolve the issues facing our clients as efficiently as possible. Our Alameda County real property attorneys approach each matter from the client’s perspective, always mindful that what businesses and individuals want are prompt and pragmatic solutions, without sacrificing quality or attention to detail. We recognize that a lawsuit can be an expensive, time-consuming distraction from your life and business. Thus, we strive to achieve successful outcomes for our clients without sacrifice to our commitment to the highest standards.
Whether your needs involve commercial and office space leasing, construction defects, landlord tenant matters, real property, or for assistance in real estate disputes, our Alameda County real estate lawyers can help. Call us today to learn how we can help you.
Our Alameda County real estate transactions lawyers have experience advising clients on real estate and property matters involving:
- Asset Sales / Purchase
- Commercial and Office Leasing
- Commercial Real Estate Transactions
- Construction Defects
- Contract Drafting and Review
- Inverse Condemnation
- Land Use Planning and Regulation
- Landlord / Tenant Matters
- Ownership of Real Property
- Real Estate Disputes
- Real Property