Ready To Help You Protect Your Real Estate Investments
Any real estate deal in New York City is a complex, high-stakes proposition. It is critical to work with a lawyer who understands real estate law and has the experience needed to protect your interests.
At the Law Firm of Adam Kalish, based in Brooklyn, attorney Adam Kalish represents clients in contracts, closings, transactions, purchase agreements and other legal matters associated with real estate, with a particular emphasis on contracts for sale, landlord-tenant matters, and mortgage foreclosure and modification. With a broad-based practice, he can meet all of your real estate needs.
Contracts For Sale
Whether or not you are working with a mortgage broker, it is important to have a trained attorney on your team as you approach a real estate transaction. Adam Kalish obtains all necessary information from both sides, drafts and reviews real estate contracts, and makes all necessary alterations to such contracts. Once a client has fully executed its contracts, the firm works with the title company to clear up any title issues to make sure the property is ready to close. Once the title issues have been cleared and the bank gives clearance to close Attorney Kalish will work to set up a closing date, prepare the necessary transfer documents and guide you through the signing of any loan documents.
The firm handles landlord-tenant disputes in commercial and residential contexts. With a wealth of knowledge and experience, Adam Kalish is able to provide sound counsel and aggressive representation to protect your interests.
Mortgage Foreclosure And Modification
Attorney Kalish can help homeowners negotiate with the bank to reinstate a defaulted mortgage and attempt to modify the borrowers mortgage and prevent foreclosure proceeding. Foreclosure is a frightening prospect for most people. At the Law Firm of Adam Kalish, the team will walk you through the process and remain available to you and fight to protect your interests.
Smart, Aggressive Representation
In any type of dispute, it is important to use common sense when considering litigation. Typically, it is better to work with the other lawyer and reach amicable resolution whenever possible. If this is not possible in your case, however, the firm is experienced and prepared to represent your interests aggressively in the courtroom.