Whether you have exhausted direct efforts to resolve real estate or land use contract agreement disputes or you just want a business attorney to prepare for the likelihood of litigation or foreclosure, our real estate & land use attorneys will represent you anywhere in New Jersey.
Matters disputing real estate and land use agreements – including sale, purchase, lease, development and construction – fall within the practice of civil litigation, or commercial litigation, attorneys.
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Since 1929, Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman civil litigation lawyers have worked hard to build a track record of honest, smart, responsive and responsible representation. We have earned the respect of courts, judges, boards, and other civil litigation attorneys throughout New Jersey. The credibility of our business attorneys can reflect on your real estate or land use case.
Our business lawyers thoroughly understand New Jersey commercial real estate and land use law and rules of court, even for the most legally and factually complex litigation cases, involving several layers of relationships, extensively detailed contracts, and rare or conflicting legal issues.
The New Jersey law firm of Pellettieri, Rabstein & Altman is best known for resolving real estate and land use disputes. Our lawyers get the best possible outcome for our clients, preferably through negotiation but, when necessary, through litigation.
Our attorneys can represent you through both trial and post-trial, or appellate, proceedings of your real estate or land use litigation. The rules, skills and experience for New Jersey State and United States Federal appeals courts are different from those of trial courts.
Going to court is hardball. If you want results, then be well represented.
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Call our New Jersey commercial real estate & land use attorneys at 1-800-432-LAWS or email our New Jersey commercial real estate & land use attorneys. </ahref=">
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