Reliable and Accommodating Real Estate Law Firm in Fairfield County, Connecticut: (203) 798-9100
Primary Practice Areas
Commercial Real Estate Law
We have worked with numerous clients as they sought to acquire or sell commercial property. It is our job to ensure that the deals our clients make fall in place while straightening any wrinkles that may come up.
Burrell & Michael represents developers and individuals who seek land use approvals. Our expertise on land use laws allows us to help clarify any misconceptions and help clients understand what can be done (and what cannot) on their prospective plots.
Residential Real Estate Law
Both buyers and sellers of real property need legal representation, and Burrell & Michael has helped countless individuals in closing their transactions. We always put our clients’ interests forward, and ensure that all deals made will benefit our clientele.
Our firm has represented both landlords and tenants in summary process matters. Having represented both sides, we fully understand the intricacies of the tenant-landlord relationship, allowing us to find better diplomatic solutions for all parties.
How to Prepare for a Consultation with a Real Estate Lawyer
As your legal representatives, we wish to cooperate closely with you, and it begins with our first meeting together. It certainly helps if you come fully prepared for the meeting, since it is the perfect opportunity to articulate the details of your concern, allowing us to better help you. Here are some tips you can keep in mind when arranging a consultation or meeting with our real estate lawyer:
- Clearly state basic information about yourself, your business background, and your contact details. This way, we can reach you easily should we need to contact you. By stating your business background, we also want to understand where you are coming from, and see if we have the authority to speak on behalf of your organization.
- Documentation often holds the key to resolving most real estate issues. Bring all pertinent documents to the meeting, if you can. This allows us to analyze the matter more objectively and even formulate an action plan.
- Aside from documentation, other forms of verification such as photographs and proofs of payment will certainly come in handy. Claims backed by hard evidence make a strong case, so it’s important not to miss a single detail.
- Do not forget to enumerate those whom you have dealt with in your transactions—the representatives of the financial institution you approached, sellers, buyers, etc. Their names and contact details will prove invaluable. Keep letters, memos, emails, and other forms of correspondence that you have sent and received from the involved parties, as these can also serve as evidence.
Call (203) 798-9100 for a free 15-minute legal consultation with attorney Gary Michael Jr. or click the button below to send us an email. We look forward to speaking with you.