Review: “Knowledgable in many areas of law, but just in time I was thrilled to know he was a trust lawyer. My husband and I have hired trust lawyers in the past and Chris by far is the most reliable, friendly, and accessible.”
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Estate Planning, Business, Tax, Real Estate
Mr. Avigad is a litigator who provides contract drafting and business consulting. He handles all forms of employment issues, including discrimination claims and state licensing concerns. He advises as to employment matters, non-competition agree...
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Employment & Labor, Lawsuits & Disputes, Real Estate
Reno Cova is a Partner in the St. Louis office of Hawkins Parnell Thackston & Young LLP. He has been representing corporations and individuals in high risk litigation for nearly a decade including various types of liability defense litigation, FEL...
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Defective and Dangerous Products, Personal Injury, Appeals, Ethics & Professional Responsibility
Review: “Debra took on my case for much less than what others were asking that I consulted with. Throughout the process she kept me informed, updated, and ultimately comfortable (which is very important when depending on someone t...
Practice areas & skills: Commercial, Environmental and Natural Resources, Litigation
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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.