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    Real Estate Closings, Title Examination & Issuance of Title Policies

  • South Florida / Fort Lauderdale Real Estate Contract Preparation and Review

    Real Estate Financing, Real Estate Development & Issuance of Title Policies

  • Real Property Acquisitions & Sales for Office Buildings

    Shopping Centers, Hotels & Apartment Buildings, Commercial Leasing & Retail

Commercial Transactions

Commercial Transactions Attorneys in Fort Lauderdale, FL

The key to crafting a good contract is the ability to see into the future.

By anticipating future conflicts or disputes, an attorney can create a contract that addresses those issues before they need to be litigated.

This can save a client thousands of dollars in future legal fees and, more importantly, help the client be secure in the fact that any contract they sign is fully protecting their interests.

With related experience in real estate property and business litigation, Schecter Law approaches our client’s transactional needs with an acute sense of preventing future disputes. We have extensive experience dealing with a wide range of complex commercial transactions, and we are well-equipped to handle any of your transactional needs.

Because of the potential complexity of a given contract, it is important to find an attorney with experience. The knowledge of a qualified Fort Lauderdale commercial transactions attorney can be invaluable in crafting a contract that will resolve disputes instead of create them.

Attention to Detail

Our attorneys’ attention to detail and backgrounds in litigation mean that Schecter Law approaches each agreement it prepares and reviews with a keen eye to withstand judicial scrutiny. This is extremely vital to any contract.

Because any disputes will be handled within the four corners of the contract, even something as seemingly insignificant as an indefinite article versus a definite article can have major implications.

Our South Florida commercial transactions lawyers will make sure that the language of the contract completely reflects the agreement the two parties are signing and ensure that it is free of ambiguities. By taking a little extra time during the drafting of the contract, years can be saved by preventing a dispute.

Team Approach

Our Fort Lauderdale commercial transactions lawyers utilize the team approach because we believe that collaboration enhances the quality of service to our clients and adds value to our representation.

Our attorneys bring insightful legal analysis and hard work in every aspect of your case. We dedicate detailed and in-depth attention and analysis to all of our cases at a level that surpasses the big firms, but with legal fees that do not.

This allows you to save money while sacrificing nothing in terms of expertise or quality of representation. We take great pride in our client satisfaction and in fostering a level of trust through open communication.

Committed to Clients

Our South Florida commercial transactions lawyers are committed to our clients as we are to their cases:

  • your phone calls are returned promptly
  • the lawyer assigned to your file is directly accountable to you
  • you will always be able to contact the partner in charge directly, without any buffers

If you have a complex commercial transaction that requires a complicated contract, contact the South Florida real estate attorneys at Schecter Law. We strive to produce satisfied clients and we would be happy to assist in any commercial transactions you may have.

Our areas of service and experience in commercial transactions and contract preparation include:

  • Business Mergers & Sales
  • Business Agreements
  • Employment Agreements
  • Business Development Matters
  • Confidentiality & Non-Disclosure Issues
  • Corporate Matters
  • Construction Law
  • Non-Compete Issues
  • Mortgage Law
  • Deceptive Trade Practices
  • Real Estate Law
  • Employment & Independent Contractor Issues
  • Secured Transactions
  • Limited Liability Company Agreements
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Limited Partnership Agreements
  • Third Party Vendor Contracts
  • Partnership Agreements
  • Asset Sales
  • Stock Sale Agreements
  • Banking Matters
  • Review & Preparation of Financing Documents
  • Bulk Sales