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Brutscher, Foley, Milliner & Land, LLP

 
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Practice Areas: Real Estate

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Practice Areas:

Family Law
Civil Litigation
Business Law
Land Use Planning & Zoning
Personal Injury & Workers Compensation
Estate Planning
Bankruptcy
Real Estate
Construction Law/Construction Defects
Formation of Nonprofit Organizations
Criminal Defense
Social Security Disability

The attorneys at Brutscher, Foley, Milliner & Land have been providing high quality legal representation to real estate clients and transactions, in Chester County, Pennsylvania and surrounding communities for over fifty (50) years. Current real estate attorneys of Brutscher, Foley, Milliner & Land have over seventy (70) years of combined experience in matters and issues associated with real estate.

We handle all aspects of real estate issues, including real estate transaction, development, zoning and municipal matters.

We also handle all aspects of landlord/tenant law, whether on behalf of a tenant or landlord.

We can prepare real estate sales agreements for residential and commercial transactions, with forms that are not only tailored to you specific needs, but also clear and understandable. Although most real estate transactions go smoothly, when there are problems, we can represent you in protecting your best interest, whether through a settlement or litigation. If you are investing in real estate, we can advise you in limiting your liability, and assist you in creating a proper structure for the investment. If you are involved in leasing, we can also help to control your legal and financial exposure through properly drafted lease agreements. If you have any questions regarding real estate matters, please do not hesitate to call Edward M. Foley, Esquire, Neil E. Land, Esquire, or Jeffrey P. Bryman, Esquire @ 610-444-4848 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday thru Thursday, or Friday from 8:00 a.m and 4:00 p.m.

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