SARASOTA REAL ESTATE LAWYER

SARASOTA REAL ESTATE LAWER – SAM D. NORTON & PETER Z. SKOKOS OF NORTON, HAMMERSLEY, LOPEZ & SKOKOS, P.A.

Norton Hammersley’s real-estate practice group provides comprehensive legal representation to individual and corporate clients in the acquisition, development and sale of residential and commercial real property, leasing and financing of single-family homes, multi-family projects, residential subdivisions, hotels, office buildings, condominiums, shopping centers and other real-property developments throughout Florida. The firm is well positioned to assist its clients with real-estate transactions, including closings, tax-deferred exchanges, construction development and land-use matters, mortgage transactions, and serve as agent for several state and national title-insurance underwriters. Sarasota Real Estate Lawyer Norton Hammersley have extensive knowledge and experience with various lending and secured transaction matters, loan workouts, venture-capital financing and international banking matters, and regularly assist borrowers, commercial lending institutions, community banks, credit unions and holding companies in various loan and banking transactions.

For more information regarding our various Sarasota Real Estate Lawyer services, please contact one of Norton Hammersley’s real-estate attorneys: Sarasota Real Estate Lawyer Sam D. Norton, Sarasota Real Estate Lawyer Peter Z. Skokos, or Sarasota Real Estate Lawyer Michael P. Infanti.

Other Practice Areas

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Business & Tax Law


The business and tax law group assists business and individuals in the formation of their entities, contracts, purchases and mergers, taxation, intellectual property, and employment issues.


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Estate Planning


The estate planning, administration and asset preservation group assists individuals in preparing wills and trusts and administrators in closing an estate, as well as estate tax services.


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Trial Practice & Dispute


The trial-practice group assists businesses and individuals with complex litigation issues, including contract disputes, real-property matters, estate and trust disputes, probate litigation, and lending law matters—to name a few.