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  • Grand Rapids Law Group, PLLC, 1779 28th St. SW, 49519 Wyoming, Michigan United States
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Whether you are starting a new business, or operating a small business, a business lawyer from the Grand Rapids Law Group can help you both before you face any legal matter, as well as after. Similarly, having a real estate attorney from the Grand Rapids Law Group help you with your real estate transactions can help you avoid further legal issues, or help you if you find yourself facing a real estate legal issue.

Your business is important to you, and making sure it is properly protected is vitally important. There is a wide variety of things that can happen or go wrong, which could lead to disaster for your business. A business lawyer can be an important asset to protect your business. Their advice and insight into the many facets of owning a small business can save you time, money, and heartache down the road. Additionally, in the event of a legal matter, a small business lawyer can assist you in pursuing or defending the action, so that you can focus on running your business.

Whether you are looking to buy a home, buy land, build a home, sell your house, or remodel your house, it is vital to get a real estate lawyer to review and advise you during the process. Your house and other property are likely going to be the biggest investments you make in your life. Handling the processes involved with your real property without the assistance of a real estate attorney will make the process more complex, and subject you to some of the many pitfalls of real estate transactions. A real estate broker can go a long way towards helping you purchase a home, but only a real estate lawyer can give you legal advice on how to proceed with your purchase, as well as defending your real estate rights in court.

There are many different types of interactions that can affect property. Property taxes, tax liens, construction liens, judgment liens, encumbrances, restrictions, licenses, riparian rights, and easements (including reciprocal negative easements) are just some of the issues that come up in real estate matters. A real estate lawyer can help you navigate these matters while protecting your rights in case of controversy. Even knowing the parties to the real estate transactions can be a pitfall to real estate transactions. If you are married, even if you are buying in your own name, or selling in your own name, it is important to remember that your spouse may have a spousal interest in the land. Escrow accounts, and contract timing, and timing requirements for regulatory filings may also be of concern in a real estate transaction; a real estate lawyer can help you meet all of the requirements for your real estate transaction.

Let an Business or Real Estate attorney from the Grand Rapids Law Group help you with you today