Herbert Burgunder III
Real Estate, Litigation, Corporate
Every real estate deal requires a document. A real estate transactional lawyer prepares the documents that make your deal go smoothly. A real estate lawyer negotiates the deal terms and makes sure that the document accurately reflects your business agreement. After the contract is signed, the real estate transactional lawyer helps you with due diligence: title, environmental, regulatory, zoning, financing, and the transfer of title. Finally, the real estate transactional lawyer helps you prepare the documents needed for closing: an opinion letter, resolutions, assignments of leases and rents, and other documents. The real estate transactional lawyer also helps you with other real estate documents: leases, easements, refinancings, and subdivision of land for development. Rimon can also prepare for you the proper entity holding documents and operating agreements or by-laws. Rimon works with your accountant or a tax attorney to favorably structure your businesses so as to lessen your tax liability or to meet your estate-planning needs.