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Purchasing or selling a real estate asset is a high-dollar transaction, so the consequences of getting it wrong can be a burden for years. That’s why it’s always beneficial to have an attorney with experience in real estate on your side.
There’s a reason that real estate closings involve signing a stack of papers that can be an inch thick. It is because title agents and attorneys have to track down so much information about the property that’s changing hands. It’s not uncommon to discover issues that are decades old but could cause major problems down the road if they aren’t resolved before the closing.
Dealing with probate issues, figuring out the court system, and having money and assets held up for months or even years is a terrible thing to go through while simultaneously mourning a loved one. Fortunately, most of that can be prevented with some basic estate planning .
For a business owner, unexpected legal issues can cut into profits and slow down operations. And it’s far more cost-efficient to prevent these issues than fix them after they’ve popped up. A good example is having written agreements prepared so you can “get everything in writing.”
Owning or operating a golf course is just like owning and operating any type of business, but with real estate attached.
We represent golf course owners, operators, and homeowner's associations with successful operation, acquisition, and disposition of their golf facilities. This representation includes,