St. Louis Real Estate Lawyers

The experienced property law attorneys at Byron Carlson Petri & Kalb, LLC, assist developers, leasing companies, retailers, and business owners with their commercial and residential real estate needs. As a full-service law firm, we have the ability to flexibly adjust our real estate legal counsel to meet your unique needs. This includes matters related to buying and selling real estate and corporate formation.

Series LLCs: An Asset Protection Solution for Real Estate Investors

Choosing the best entity to hold real estate investments can be a critical decision for people involved in the commercial and residential real estate markets. Organizing your real estate investments in a way that protects your assets and property from claims related to development often saves money, stress, and time if litigation does eventually happen. Choosing an organization structure that limits tax liability also has the effect of maximizing wealth.

We often recommend series LLCs as business organizations that allow owners to hold multiple pieces of real estate, each one as a separate LLC. Series LLCs are a great solution for developers, leasing companies, retailers, and business owners with multiple locations. They are fairly inexpensive to form and provide the kind of protection that real estate business owners typically need.

The law firm of Byron Carlson Petri & Kalb, LLC, is also skilled in all manner of real estate transactional work. We can help you with:

  • Sale or purchase of real property
  • Litigation — we represent buyers, sellers, and developers
  • Contract drafting and negotiation
  • Residential and commercial development projects
  • Drafting bylaws for homeowners’ and condominium associations
  • Negotiation and drafting of commercial leases

Contact Byron Carlson Petri & Kalb, LLC Today

To speak with our attorneys about your commercial and residential real estate needs contact the law offices of Byron Carlson Petri & Kalb, LLC. Our Edwardsville law office is available at 618-307-4054.

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