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Since 2004, our practice has been serving the Atlanta area with an unprecedented level of expertise and precision in the matters of real estate, corporate law and civil litigation. Our goal is to ensure a seamless process and satisfactory result for our clients on each case.
Real Estate Law
Transactional practice representing institutions, investors, creditors, property owners and consumers, including:
Residential Closings & Transactions ~ Commercial Closings & Transactions ~ Administrative Real Estate Law ~ Bankruptcy
Business association focused area of practice that represents entities from formation, to operations, to exits through M&A or dissolution.
Corporations ~ Limited Liability Companies ~ Partnerships ~ Mergers & Acquisitions
Our firm represents both plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts in commercial legal disputes.
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The housing market in Atlanta is on the rebound and has people once again on the move to locate here. As forecasted by Realtor.com, as one of the top 10 hot housing markets to watch in 2015, Atlanta has proven itself a strong foothold in the country’s housing recovery. The Atlanta Business Chronicle’s cover story[…]
Fulton County has issued tax bills for 2013. A tax bill is derived from a combination of a value and a rate. The tax assessor of the particular county your property lay in values the property and a tax rate called a Millage Rate is set by the county commission, school board, and if you[…]
Title to real property needs to be “cleared” when there is a “cloud” on title that brings into question the marketability of the subject title. If title is not marketable, it can not be conveyed in an arms-length transaction where the buyer expects to receive “good and marketable” title. Before you look at the two[…]
This is the time of year to pay attention to your property tax assessment. To learn more watch the video below on property tax assessments. [youtube_sc url=xJOQr5SbpwM width=560]
Contracts for the purchase and sale of about anything, whether personal property or real property, often include representations and warranties that each of the parties, buyer and seller, make one to the other. The difference between the two is not necessarily straightforward, but there is a difference. Representations are statements declaring to the other party[…]
The Georgia Supreme Court ruled recently in a contracts case what should be no surprise, as a general rule. The terms of a contract govern and trump parol (oral) statements to the contrary. When a contract is written, it usually includes a provision called an “Entire Agreement” clause. An Entire Agreement clause says the terms[…]