Attorneys with Williamson, Friedberg & Jones frequently represent clients involved with issues regarding transfer, development and use of property as well as the protection of property rights. Guided by the client’s concerns, we identify the issues involved and then develop and implement a strategy to successfully address the situation.
We often represent borrowers, private and public real estate lenders, commercial lenders, commercial and residential developers, businesses and individuals, and the firm’s real estate attorneys can review, negotiate and prepare all of the necessary documents to complete a wide range of residential, agricultural and commercial real estate transactions, including deeds, notes, mortgages, liens and assignments of interest. We also represent clients at real estate closings. Additionally, Williamson, Friedberg & Jones, LLC owns Penn National Abstract Services, Inc., the oldest and largest title insurance company in Schuylkill County.
In situations regarding the use of property and property rights, these situations frequently involve land acquisition, annexation, zoning, subdivision, code compliance, infrastructure construction, and other development-related issues, and our attorneys can handle all legal matters related to permits and easements, as well as related land use matters.
If conflicts arise, many disputes can be resolved efficiently and effectively through negotiation. However if litigation becomes necessary, we stand ready to provide aggressive representation to protect the rights of our clients.
Our list of services include representation involving:
- Purchase and sale of residential and commercial real estate
- Financing of commercial and residential real estate projects
- Construction and development of commercial and residential property
- Commercial property leasing
- Land use litigation
- Land use entitlements
- Economic development
- Land use contracts
- Title insurance disputes
- Condemnation and eminent domain
- Appearing before municipal bodies including planning and zoning boards at the local and state level