Godfrey, Leibsle, Blackbourn & Howarth, S.C.
Godfrey, Leibsle, Blackbourn & Howarth, S.C.

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Elkhorn, WI

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Guiding you through real estate law matters

Whether you seek to buy or sell a home, purchase real estate for investment or desire to build a home or office, it is important to understand what goes into this process. Real estate transactions can be complex and the timeline from start to finish can be daunting. Thus, it is important to understand what is required in these matters, and what one can do to better protect themselves through the duration of the process.

At Godfrey, Leibsle, Blackbourn & Howarth, S.C., our skilled attorneys are equipped with the knowledge and skills to help individuals in the Elkhorn area deal with legal issues pertaining to residential and commercial real estate matters. Whether an individual seeks help from beginning to end or needs assistance with an issue that has occurred at some point in the process, our law firm is here to guide our clients towards a resolution.

Our law firm has experience providing legal assistance in a wide variety of real estate law matters. This includes title searches, mortgage histories and verification of mortgages, real estate sale contracts and documents, refinance transactions, closings and construction liens. For those seeking guidance in a commercial real estate matter, our law firm has handled matters such as commercial development, condominium associations, environmental audits, environmental risk assessments, foreclosures, land use planning, purchase and sale, zoning and land right litigation.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s real estate law website. No matter what type of real estate law issues you may encounter, it is important to fully understand what is going on and what you can do to better the situation. This could help an individual or business avoid greater legal issues in the future and protect the rights and interests of the parties involved.

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