Legal contracts, documents and transactions provide the framework for any business. This is especially true for companies that buy, sell or rent real estate, as well as for those that develop commercial properties.
At a time when the real estate market is in a state of turmoil and uncertainty, it is more important than ever to have sound legal advice and representation to protect your financial interests. Since commercial real estate deals can be extremely complex and risky, you need the guidance of an experienced, highly skilled New Hampshire attorney to help your business thrive.
At the law firm of Wyskiel, Boc, Tillinghast & Bolduc, P.A., our Founding Partner Christopher A. Wyskiel has impressive legal credentials and experience in all aspects of commercial real estate law, including the following:
Attorney Wyskiel is an experienced real estate professional, as well as an agent for First American Title Insurance Company. In his career, he has represented client interests before courts, planning boards, boards of adjustment, and other state and local agencies. He regularly handles a variety of cases ranging from simple to complex, many of which require knowledge of both secured business transactions and real estate law.In addition, attorney Michael J. Bolduc is highly qualified and experienced in business and commercial real estate law. Attorney Laurie Smith Young rounds out this area of practice with her landlord and tenant law representation.
At the law firm of Wyskiel, Boc, Tillinghast & Bolduc, P.A., our New Hampshire attorneys all possess exceptional litigation skills and we do not hesitate to take a case to court if we believe it is the best way to achieve optimal results. But we also recognize that litigation should be the last resort due to the time and cost burdens it places on businesses.
A member of our NH law firm, Attorney Thomas G. Ferrini is an approved mediator and arbitrator with the New Hampshire Courts. This ability to resolve most business disputes using mediation or arbitration methods in a non-court setting is especially beneficial to small firms whose businesses are adversely affected by expensive litigation.
Commercial real estate transactions in New Hampshire frequently involve lending, contracts, local regulations and complex negotiations. With our legal knowledge in both real estate and secured business transactions, we protect your financial interests and rights in commercial real estate matters.
Contact a dedicated real estate lawyer located in Dover, NH
If you need the help of an attorney regarding any real estate, business or estate planning legal matter in New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont or Massachusetts, please call us at 800.363.7186 or contact us online to arrange for an initial consultation.