Real Estate Attorneys
J.J. Kim & Associates provides sophisticated advice concerning all acquisition and sale matters, including purchase and sale agreements. We have experience with residential, commercial, and industrial real estate issues. We prepare and review real estate contracts before client’s business deal, and our lawyers assist with real estate licensing and brokerage matters.
Our dedicated real estate lawyers at J.J. Kim & Associates help clients when client has already entered into a real estate contract and is dealing with a dispute as well. Our attorneys understand the specific laws governing commercial developments, land use laws and boundary disputes, construction defects, and fraud. As lawyers with experience in both state and federal courts, we also provide nuanced real estate guidance.
Residential and Commercial Real Estate Lawyers
At J.J. Kim & Associates, we have experience handling a variety of real estate issues, and we understand the nuances of real estate law in our state.
Given the diversity of real estate laws and real estate issues in the country, it’s very important to have an experienced real estate attorney take a close look at the case. Real estate law can be complicated, but we have experience dealing with a wide range of cases. Our firm handles some of the following real estate law matters:
- Acquisitions and sales: we prepare and review purchase and sale agreements for any kind of real estate, from residential to industrial properties.
- Brokerage and licensing: we assist clients with licensing or brokerage.
- Land use laws: our experience real estate lawyers help clients dealing with a boundary dispute or have questions about real estate easements.
- Insurance claim issues: in some cases, real estate law involves an insurance claim matter or dispute. These issues can arise for nearly any type of real estate, including residential, industrial, and commercial.
- Lease agreements: J.J. Kim & Associates lawyers provide advice on a commercial lease dispute or residential lease agreement.
- Litigation surrounding construction defects, failure to disclose defects, breach of contract, and other fraud claims.