Residential Real Estate Lawyer Milwaukee
Real Estate attorneys serving Milwaukee, Waukesha and Racine, WI
Having an experienced commercial and residential Real Estate lawyer can ensure that your legal rights are protected while solving any problems efficiently and fairly.
The real estate attorneys at Kershek Law represent clients in all areas of commercial and residential real estate law including: acquisition, construction, financing, leasing and sale of real estate.
Our real estate lawyers can assist you in other areas such as title, title insurance disputes, financing or issues involving zoning and building inspections. Kershek Law Offices experienced real estate attorneys can prevent many problems from arising, and make you feel secure in the purchase or development of your property. We assist clients throughout the entire real estate development process.
We also represent both landlords and tenants in the drafting and review process of commercial leases for office, warehouse, industrial, retail and other types of projects.
With over 30 years of real estate law experience we can assist our clients in these areas including:
· Residential, Commercial and Industrial Real Estate Law
· Purchase and Sale Contracts
· Tax Free Exchanges
· Land Contracts, Mortgages, Mortgage Notes
· Leases, Landlord/Tenant Disputes
· Litigation and All Contract Disputes
· Foreclosures, Repossessions and Workouts
· Title Insurance Disputes
· Zoning and Building Inspection Problems
· Environmental Liability
· Real Estate Broker Liability
· Investment and Development
· Building Construction
· Condominium Law
• Personal Injury Law
• Estate Planning
• Real Estate Law
• Family Law
• Divorce Law
• Criminal Law and Traffic Law
• Probate Law
• Business and Corporate Law
• Computer and Internet Law
Law Questions & Answers
REAL ESTATE LAW
Q: What happens at that closing?
A: When all of the contingencies are met and Amendments are signed, the transaction proceeds to a closing. The Offer sets forth the date that the closing will occur. It is wise to have an attorney present at closing to explain the documents and answer any questions that may arise. At the time of closing, the buyer typically signs the buyer's financing documents provided by the lender.READ MORE >
“Kershek Law Offices assisted me in foreclosing on a Land Contract when my buyer failed to make the necessary payments. With the help of Kershek Law Offices, I was able to go to court, obtain a money judgment against the buyer and an order of the court returning my property to me. This was all done without a lot of unnecessary effort, time and expense. I would recommend Kershek Law Offices for its knowledgeable real estate attorneys.”