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Indiana & Illinois Transactional Law Firm

Solid contracts and commercial and residential real estate transactions

The contract and real estate lawyers at Rubino, Ruman, Crosmer & Polen possess more than 165 years of combined experience conducting smooth transactions on behalf of residents and businesses throughout Illinois and Indiana.

Firm contracts to strengthen your position

A well-crafted contract is the backbone of all of your transactions. A well-drafted agreement actively addresses potential problems that could occur during the transaction. Our meticulous attorneys thwart problems before they arise by fully anticipating them and preventing them at the beginning. Our methodical approach avoids disputes that can adversely affect your bottom line and business relations. We negotiate and draft strong contracts for issues such as:

  • Commercial real estate
  • Commercial leases
  • Construction
  • Vendor services
  • Retail products
  • Human relations
  • Executive hiring and termination
  • Financing

Commercial real estate transactions

Rubino Ruman, Crosmer & Polen handles all aspects of commercial real estate transactions. We are involved at every stage of your business’s deals, including those involving:

  • Buying and selling commercial property
  • Real estate contracts
  • Leasing commercial real estate
  • New construction of commercial real estate
  • Office build-outs
  • Real estate developments
  • Zoning
  • Special use permits and demolitions

Buying or selling your home

A home is the single most valuable asset many families will ever own. The exciting process of buying or selling your home can also be fraught with anxiety over whether you are making a sound financial investment. We guide you through each step of the process to ensure your interests are protected from the moment you decide to purchase or sell your property until closing. We review essential legal documents including:

  • Mortgages
  • Appraisals and inspections
  • Purchase and sales agreements
  • Construction contracts

Foreclosure defense

Families often have viable alternatives to losing their homes to foreclosure. Because banks act quickly, speaking to a real estate lawyer immediately if you face the threat of foreclosure is crucial to effectively exercising your options, which may include:

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