Real Estate

The firm’s clients need to be able to sell business and personal real estate and also to achieve, if possible, their chosen goals and purposes for the development of real estate.  To meet this demand, we handle conveyancing matters, but also have a concentration of practice in the areas of zoning and planning law and disputes concerning the same.    Richard I. Cantor, who supervises the firm’s real estate practice, has more than 40 years’ experience with land use law, as well as controversies and litigation focusing on real estate matters and works closely with the firm’s tax and trusts and estates lawyers where those practice areas intersect with real estate.

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