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Goerlitz Law, PLLC
Business And Real Estate Law In Woodbury, Minnesota

Protect Your Real Estate Investment

Real estate is a high-risk, high-reward business. To reap the rewards, you must manage the risk. A big part of that risk management is making sure all your transactions are made on a sound legal basis, and that all your paperwork is in order. To keep track of all those details, you need help from an attorney with experience in real estate law. And, should a dispute arise, you need a lawyer with experience in real estate litigation.

At Goerlitz Law, PLLC, in Woodbury, Minnesota, we help developers, lenders, title companies, individual buyers and sellers, and other clients in a variety of matters in real estate law. We represent clients throughout Minnesota and in northwest Wisconsin, and we have experience with commercial and residential real estate issues, including:

  • Litigation
  • Leases
  • Transactions
  • Restrictions on use
  • Deeds
  • Title insurance
  • Disputes over boundaries
  • Investment property
  • Hunting land
  • Cabins
  • Zoning

Real Estate

Business-Oriented Legal Help

In addition to real estate, Goerlitz Law, PLLC, helps people with a variety of matters in business and commercial law. We help clients get their new businesses up and running through business formation, plan for the future with financial planning and settle disputes through litigation. Our focus is always on helping businesses to grow and clients to succeed in their ventures.

We apply our business-oriented mindset when we help our real estate clients.

We thoroughly research transactions and go over paperwork in painstaking detail. We believe in being prepared for every eventuality, so that we can shut down disputes quickly, or better yet, stop them before they arise.

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Learn more about our services in real estate and business law. Call 651-237-4845, or contact us online.

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