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Real Estate Contracts & Leases

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Real Estate Lawyer Canon City

 

The firm represents clients in every facet of the real estate business including developers, lenders, brokers and others who finance, buy, sell, develop and lease real property. We provide vigorous representation in foreclosures, quiet title matters, landlord problems with tenants, contract and boundary disputes, easements and partition cases. We provide advice on various real estate title problems, including surface and mineral interests as well as farm and ranch issues. Our firm also prepares contracts and other real estate documents and conducts residential and commercial closings. In addition, the firm represents clients before local government zoning and land use boards to address permitting requirements, zoning issues and other land development problems.

 

Commercial and Real Estate Litigation

 

Fredrickson Johnson & Belveal, LLC, has many years of experience in the handling of commercial and real estate litigation. We have been involved in complex litigation involving a wide variety of commercial and real estate disputes. We represent clients in both state and federal courts, including the trial and appellate levels. We use the varied backgrounds and experience of our attorneys and staff to provide the most effective representation for our clients.

It is a fact of life that some litigated matters cannot be resolved short of going to court. However, we encourage our clients to consider the resolution of their cases through negotiation, mediation or arbitration, if appropriate, to avoid the time and expense associated with litigation. When matters cannot be resolved otherwise and litigation is necessary, or is in our client’s best interests, we provide our clients with effective, focused representation of their interests in court.

Areas of litigation practice:

  • Appeals
  • Business Disputes
  • Collections
  • Contract Disputes
  • Creditor’s Rights
  • Eminent Domain
  • Quiet Title and Real Estate