Riverside County Real Estate Transaction Attorneys Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger Focus on the Details
Documentation of real estate, business and estate planning transactions is the backbone of an established law practice
What is a real estate transactional lawyer?
There are basically two kinds of lawyers: transactional lawyers and litigators. Real estate transactional lawyers in Riverside County spend their days drafting real estate instruments, negotiating terms with opposing counsel, and closing deals. They are masters of organization, putting together the pieces of a real estate jigsaw puzzle. Lawyers who have transactional practices are typically detail-oriented, low profile attorneys who enjoy the intellectual exercise associated with documenting a complicated deal. Overseeing a major transaction is as exhilarating to a real estate transactional attorney as winning a trial is to a litigator.
What makes a good real estate transactional lawyer?
Experience is key to a successful transactional practice; every transaction is different and contributes to the real estate attorney's knowledge base. The lawyers at Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger have a combined practice experience of 170 years handling real estate transactions. Never trust your important real estate matter to an inexperienced attorney.
Besides experience, what other factors are important?
Real estate transactions in San Bernardino, Riverside and Rancho Cucamonga are often complicated. To be a good real estate transactional lawyer, an attorney must develop the following skills:
- An ability to see the "big picture" of the transaction, what interests need to be protected and what issues might arise in the future
- An ability to draft concise, comprehensive documents that address the potential issues inherent in the transaction
- An ability to negotiate the key points of the document
- An ability to effectively communicate ideas to opposing counsel and to the client
- An ability to pay attention to the details of the transaction and to document the details accurately and precisely
- An ability to work under extreme deadline pressure
- An ability to be creative in resolving transactional roadblocks
- An ability to work tirelessly to complete the transaction.
- An ability to tap into the resources of the real estate litigation lawyers in the law firm, if necessary
The real estate transactional attorneys at the Riverside County law firm of Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger possess all the characteristics of excellent real estate transactional lawyers. They are highly respected in Riverside, San Bernardino, Palm Springs and Rancho Cucamonga for their deal-making abilities.
Select a Riverside County law firm with the real estate transactional experience and skills required to handle your real estate matter effectively.
For your real estate transactional matters, contact Schlecht, Shevlin & Shoenberger, a law corporation, serving Riverside and San Bernardino Counties from their Palm Springs offices. They can be contacted online or at 760-320-7161.