Jacob Iloulian Lawyer
Jacob Iloulian Lawyer: As a real estate investor you want to maximize your profits, minimize your risks and, if a dispute arises, you want tough, aggressive, persistent, creative representation. You want results. You want your problem solved as quickly and inexpensively as possible.We understand. Our principal attorney is not only an experienced and highly qualified real estate lawyer but also a real estate investor and developer. He is intimately involved in every aspect of real estate purchases, sales, development, and litigation both on behalf of the law firm’s clients and in the context of his own real estate ventures on a daily basis. He understands the clients’ concerns because they fall in the realm of his own professional focus both as an attorney and as property purchaser, manager, and marketer.
The firm’s experience enables us to provide a wide range of legal services in matters involving real property. We assist clients with a variety of real property transactions, including acquisitions, financing, development, leasing, management, and sales.
We bring an effective combination of experience, ingenuity and thorough analysis to assist clients in resolving real property disputes. With the skill to pursue a matter through trial, the law firm’s real estate team has considerable experience dealing with escrow, leasing and title disputes, broker’s liability claims, unlawful detainers, casualty losses, subsidence issues, partnership disputes, real estate contract breaches, and more. (Persian real estate lawyer)
The fact that the firm consists of a trial lawyer makes us a better transactional lawyer because we have seen how and why transactional documents end up in court, and we can use that unique perspective to draft better documents to minimize future disputes. You want lawyers who not only understand but can anticipate, your needs. ( Iranian Lawyers )
The Law Office of Jacob Iloulian focuses on the unique concerns, needs and objectives of clients at every stage of the cycle of real estate ownership: acquisition, syndication, entity formation, asset protection, financing, development, construction, leasing, management and liquidation of real estate assets.