A skillful real estate attorney can help you overcome obstacles and resolve important matters successfully. At Leonard S. Levine, Attorney at Law, I am a Harvard-educated attorney who has delivered strong counsel and service to clients for more than five decades. I have helped residential and commercial clients handle transactions, title concerns, land use disputes and other crucial tasks. Whatever your specific objectives might be, my firm has the ability, experience and determination to serve as a trustworthy adviser and advocate.
A real estate transaction can be a pivotal event for an individual, family or business. To maximize the likelihood of a successful outcome, my firm delivers effective assistance on every aspect of your purchase or sale, including:
Failing to obtain advice from a qualified attorney could lead to a failed deal or unpleasant consequences after the transaction is closed.
Maintaining a community’s character and promoting a high quality of life is a goal for governing bodies everywhere. However, changing times and divergent interests often result in confusing rules regarding permitting, land use and zoning. My firm represents clients before county and municipal planning boards as well as in proceedings before state and federal authorities. With decades of experience in this field, I have detailed knowledge of the rules that govern these decisions, and I know many of the officials involved.
When considering whether to purchase a parcel of land, it’s vital to know whether any easements, restrictions or covenants affect ownership of that property. These infringements often “run with the land,” giving someone else a limited right to use your property through an easement or preventing you from exercising full authority over the land. As real estate ownership often shifts quickly, it’s possible that these rights and obligations have not been mentioned, and therefore not understood, by the current owners. My firm conducts detailed reviews to identify each confirmed or possible legal limitation attached to a property.