Boston and Andover Real Estate Attorney

As the real estate market emerges from the downturn, clients increasingly need to rely on experienced practitioners who are positioned to achieve the best results in both the commercial and residential fields. Because of our extensive experience both in the classroom and in courts in several jurisdictions, our real estate lawyers are uniquely qualified to provide services to clients engaged in disputes over ownership or other issues pertaining to real estate. We have handled issues as diverse as landlord tenant disputes, petitions to partition, real estate closings, and licenses to sell real estate through probate courts.

Our goals remain relatively simple in a complex and ever-changing real estate marketplace: to serve clients and help them achieve their objectives in the most cost-effective and efficient way. Clients naturally seek legal help to achieve redress for their real estate grievances or to navigate the regulatory thickets which hinder their ability to achieve their development goals. Because our lawyers understand how to use research and litigation skills to achieve client goals in the least intrusive ways possible, clients consistently return to us when they are involved in disputes over property, including boundary disputes, zoning issues, and estate distributions.

Our lawyers have experience dealing with all of the following matters: property management, disputes involving purchase and sale agreements, land use and zoning disputes, construction disputes, hearings and other proceedings in front of state and federal regulatory bodies, disputes relating to brokers’ breaches of fiduciary duties or other malfeasance in the sale or purchase of real estate, title disputes, landlord tenant disputes, disputes relating to all financial instruments involved in the purchase or sale of real estate, and eminent domain challenges.

Clients trying to achieve their goals relating to real estate don’t have the time to devote to hours meeting with attorneys. Thus, our lawyers strive to develop and maintain close personal relationships with clients so the legal work intrudes as little as possible on clients’ lives and development objectives. Based on our extensive knowledge of this field of practice and our specialized research skills, clients can feel comfortable knowing we will achieve their goals with minimal disruption.

Real Estate Transactions

Olson & Olson has extensive experience in real estate transactions. This experience includes more than thirty years teaching the whole host of different types of transactions in the classroom, twenty or more years serving as a paralegal on real estate matters, and many combined years both in handling such transactions and in drafting and executing the necessary documents.

Lawyers at Olson & Olson have handled all the following transactions: sale and lease of real estate, resolving boundary disputes, obtaining licenses to sell in the probate court, commercial representation in both the residential and business contexts, and many others. The firm has developed a sophisticated method of competently and efficiently drafting documents necessary to complete even the most complicated transactions in a cost-effective and time-efficient manner.

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