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Top Mountain View Real Estate Lawyers - California

  Forty years’ experience in small business entity formation and representation, employment (including public sector), contracts, trademarks, copyrights, and real estate, as well as comprehensive representation for religious entities, particularly non-mainstream religious organizations. Extensive experience with Chinese-owned companies, and have functioned as the U.S. general counsel...

Real estate matters, whether they are commercial or for residential, can be exciting and rewarding. They also tend to be complicated and intimidating, which is why it is important to retain legal representation from an attorney who is knowledgeable and experienced in California real estate matters. At The Stone-Siegel Law Firm in Santa Cruz, California, our real estate lawyers have provided a...

At the law office of Lawrence R. Jensen & Associates, in San Jose, California, we provide exceptional representation, counsel and support to a diverse range of clients, including businesses, corporations, real estate investors and others, who have legal needs involving any of the following practice areas: • Real estate law and transactions involving commercial property, leases and other...

The Law Office of Jesse W. Jack is a comprehensive business and real estate firm offering the highest quality of legal services. Mr. Jesse W. Jack has been in private practice since 1964. Over 90 percent of our clients come through referrals from satisfied clients and other attorneys. We offer a vast amount of experience in complicated transactions, establishing businesses, advising established...

Clayton & McEvoy PC

Real Estate Lawyers Serving Mountain View, CA (San Jose)

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