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Abingdon Commercial Real Estate Lawyer

Commercial real estate is a significant investment, so builders and developers are wise to protect themselves by seeking guidance from an experienced commercial real estate attorney. In Abingdon, Virginia, Copeland Law Firm, P.C., helps developers avoid problems that can cause their projects to capsize. Attorney Robert Copeland has been working with developers since 1975.

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To bring a project from an idea to fruition, there are several issues that developers and builders need to address. Mr. Copeland provides guidance on a broad spectrum of issues, such as:

  • Finance
  • Zoning
  • Contracts
  • Leases
  • Landlord/tenant issues
  • Initial planning
  • Development
  • Construction
  • Entity formation

When complications arise, Mr. Copeland can step in to resolve them. For instance, business owners may start out with the wrong entity formation that causes tax implications they had hoped to avoid. Their loan documents may contain covenants that cause problems down the road with future developments. Provisions in leases or condominium documents may cause problems when a consumer purchases or leases a unit.

Mr. Copeland not only takes steps to resolve problems, he drafts documents that prevent these problems from arising in the first place. Before starting a business, the most prudent step you can take is to contact a lawyer. With Mr. Copeland, you will discuss the nature of the project and your plans for making the project happen. He will help you understand what steps to take to protect yourself from unforeseen costs and disputes, and keep your project running on an even keel.

Contact Copeland Law Firm, P.C.

Schedule a consultation by contacting Copeland Law Firm, P.C., at 276-628-9525.

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