Real Estate

Providing a Wide Range of Real Property Services to Businesses

Whether you are involved in the real estate development business or you need stable premises for your business operations, the stakes are high in any real estate sale or lease transaction, and it is important to get skilled advice from an experienced real estate lawyer.

At The Roberts Law Firm, P.C., we assist clients locally and nationwide with real estate issues throughout Missouri. Our St. Louis commercial real estate attorneys advise and represent a range of clients — including retail businesses, developers and title companies — in these matters.

Assisting Clients With Purchases, Sales, Leases and Litigation

Our attorneys are experienced at analyzing the complex provisions of commercial real estate contracts and leases. Whether you need help drafting a contract or reviewing a contract that has been presented to you, we can advise you on your options for protecting your interests.

We are also frequently called upon to represent clients in real estate disputes, including contract disputes, agent negligence claims, boundary disputes and title disputes.

Our firm also advises clients on the tax consequences of real estate transactions, and we are experienced at facilitating Section 1031 tax-deferred exchanges. Our experience in this broad range of areas enables us to provide comprehensive real estate advice and representation.

Missouri Real Estate Transaction Attorneys · Call Us at 636-530-9199

From buy-sell contracts to quiet title actions, our real estate lawyers help businesses protect their investments in real estate. To discuss how our firm can assist you, please contact us at 636-530-9199 or by e-mail. We accept credit cards for payment of our legal fees.

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