Ronald Page represents clients in the areas of Business and Consumer Bankruptcy,... more
Ronald Page represents clients in the areas of Business and Consumer Bankruptcy, Business Planning, Commercial Litigation, Creditors’ Rights, and Estate Planning. Ronald Page’s bankruptcy practice includes representing secured and unsecured creditors, trustees, and corporate debtors in insolvency matters, including Chapter 11 reorganizations, business liquidations, loan workouts and persona... view profile
Kimberly M. Lacy is an associate at Woods Rogers PLC in the firms Corporate and... more
Kimberly M. Lacy is an associate at Woods Rogers PLC in the firms Corporate and Business Law section and our Securities group Kims practice focuses on commercial loan transactions and commercial real estate. She also assists publicly held companies with corporate and SEC reporting matters and regulatory issues, and she has experience in negotiating and preparing executive employment, non-compet... view profile
If you are buying or renting real estate for your business, you may benefit from the services of a commercial real estate attorney. Commercial real estate attorneys assess any risks in the deal, prepare the purchase or rental contracts, and acquire all necessary approvals. Most commercial real estate deals are complex, involving multiple parties and many details. Commercial real estate attorneys guide you through these complexities by assessing any risks in the deal, preparing the deal documents, and acquiring all necessary approvals.