For individuals and businesses entering into real estate transactions, facing land use and zoning issues, or dealing with other real estate issues, there is nothing more important than working with an experienced, trusted team of lawyers. In most real estate law matters, the stakes are high and ill-informed decisions or oversights could be costly.
The attorneys of Cobb Cole provide a wide range of valuable counsel and insight that everyone looks for in a real estate lawyer. We have represented clients around Daytona Beach and the Central Florida area since 1925.
Our attorneys in the firm’s real estate practice area have brought practical knowledge to real estate and finance concerns in Daytona Beach, Florida, throughout the years. This comprises a broad representation of property owners, developers, purchasers, and sellers of developed and undeveloped real estate.
With A Wide Depth Of Legal Representation Within Our Law Firm
Our lawyers can identify exposures ahead of time to protect your interests throughout your divorce proceeding. Our attorneys are experts in:
- Land Development Law
- Association Law
- Land Use & Zoning
- Commercial Real Estate
- Residential Real Estate
- Real Estate Closings
- Real Estate Contracts
Handling A Range Of Real Estate Matters
Our real estate attorneys also regularly handle commercial and residential real estate transactions and closings, leases, financing transactions, and the issuance of title insurance and title opinions.
Working for individual and corporate clients and as members of professional teams with engineers, architects, planners, and economists, our attorneys have experience in negotiating, preparing, administering, and interpreting construction management contracts and general contractor and subcontractor agreements.
The real estate practice section also works with ground leasing, lease-backs, and other techniques for minimizing capital requirements.
The real estate practice section works seamlessly with the firm’s land development and environmental practice sections to assist purchasers and developers through the regulatory, permit, and entitlement process; works with the firm’s commercial finance practice section to assist with structuring site acquisition financing, loan modifications, loan assumptions, and other financing arrangements; and works with the firm’s business and corporate practice section to assist with structuring the property partnership, corporation, limited liability company or other legal entity to take title to the property.
Real Estate & Estate Planning Attorney
Anyone interested in real estate should be aware of the estate planning problems that will almost certainly apply to their real estate ownership and activities. Do not rely on online forms or one-size-fits-all budgeting solutions if you want to transfer your fortune and plan for your personal care in your later years. There is simply too much at risk. Make certain that you deal with a legal team that can assist you in achieving your specific estate planning objectives.
Cobb Cole’s estate planning practice focuses on the preparation of wills, revocable and irrevocable trusts, and other documents required to structure estate plans designed to address a wide range of planning needs, such as who succeeds to control of the family business and the establishment of charitable entities to carry out a client’s philanthropic interests.
Cobb Cole’s estate planning practice section, which has been serving the Volusia County area since 1925, understands the need to tailor each estate plan to the client’s specific needs, whether it is the need to minimize federal estate taxes or the desire to ensure that the client’s possessions are passed on to the people he or she cares for without problems in probate.
The attorneys of Cobb Cole represent associations, boards of directors, individual lot owners, and other parties in all types of association law negotiations, contracts, and disputes. The firm also represents businesses and individuals seeking to obtain permits, licenses, and variances with local land use and zoning boards.
While this website provides general information, it does not constitute legal advice. The best way to get guidance on your specific legal issue is to contact our attorneys. To schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys, please call our Daytona Beach Office at 386-255-8171 or Deland Office at 386-736-7700 or complete the intake form below. Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.