As with any major transaction, leasing commercial property carries certain risks. You can minimize the risk, though, by ensuring that you have a solid lease agreement.
One of the beautiful things about estate planning is the range of options for achieving specific goals. Whether you have a modest estate or a multitude of complex assets, there are estate planning tools to help ensure that your needs are met in later years and that your assets are protected for future generations.
For property owners throughout Hawaii, matters of real estate law, business law and estate planning often intersect. To protect a real estate investment, sound guidance is needed in each of these areas of law.
Whether you are buying or selling a home or commercial property, you are undertaking a significant financial investment. A typical home purchase may seem very standard and straightforward. A seller enters into a brokerage contract with a real estate agent and the agent handles finding the buyer, negotiations, a contract for sale and the purchase agreement. It seems pretty simple, however, any real estate transaction can have risks and complications, it is wise to have a knowledgeable attorney to look out for your rights and help you ensure that the contractual agreement you are entering is solid, in your best interests and that there won't be any surprises down the road.