Commercial Leasing Attorneys for Health Care Practices
The true cost of a lease may not just be the monthly rent; if the lease, over its term, will cost tens of thousands of dollars, the price a business owner pays for an attorney to review it is a small price to pay for the peace of mind they will achieve. Having a contracts attorney allows a business owner to know they had an informed say in the document that will control where they perform their work for years to come.
Lease agreements can have immediate consequences and long-term implications for your business operations. Whether you are negotiating a new lease, seeking to extend your current lease, or facing complications with an existing lease, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney who can effectively protect your rights and business interests. Brian V. Ebert, P.C., has extensive experience handling commercial lease agreements and can effectively negotiate any terms on your behalf or defend your interests should a dispute arise.
Solid Counsel and Advice in Commercial Leasing
A solid, well-structured contract can ensure that you have a clear understanding of your rights and obligations. It will also bind other parties in the event of a breach or dispute. As your advisors we will review, modify or draft your commercial lease, as well as aggressively defend your interests in the event of breach of contract or other type of dispute. While we are skilled negotiators, lawyers are also effective litigators, prepared to take any case to court when necessary.
We are experienced in all of the following:
- Landlord/tenant disputes
- Lease negotiation
- Drafting and modifications
- Lease disputes
- Commercial litigation
Dedicated to Your Business Objectives
Our attorneys understand the nature of business and work to resolve disputes with minimal time and expense to you or your business. We prioritize evaluating your leasing objectives, identify your interests and proceed with an effective strategy to achieve your goals. Any lease creates obligations for the long-term and our firm can help you plan for business expenses and prevent future disputes that could cost you in the long-term. We also can handle cases on a flat fee basis to best accommodate your needs and financial interests.