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Providing Legal Representation to the Commercial Area Real Estate Industry

When involved in a legal situation related to real estate, the legal firm you select is a crucial matter. A top lawyer from Taylor Law Offices has the experience and insight into even the most complex real estate matter, and can assist you in resolving your legal problem. Specifically, we can provide legal consultation and representation when:

  • Contract issues arise
  • Buyer or seller questions and/or issues arise
  • Developer or partner questions and/or issues arise

Real Estate Litigation Attorney

A variety of circumstances could lead to the need for legal action with regard to a real estate deal. This could include “failure to disclose” matters such as:

  • Various property aspects
  • Construction flaws
  • Environmental impacts and concerns


If you have a dispute regarding property or a legal matter that must be resolved in the court, it is imperative that your legal representation has the scope of understanding of real estate and business law to address your matter professionally and with confidence.

Reducing Your Real Estate Litigation Costs

Real estate legal situations and litigation can be costly, both financially and in lost time in projects that are in progress. Our legal team is committed to seeking a fast resolution through negotiations and mediation or other forms of dispute resolution.

In some cases, it is impossible to avoid taking your case to court, and when this is the case, it is vital that you have high-quality, professional representation from our legal team at the firm. Whether your case involves a landlord/tenant dispute, real property fraud disputes, or cases of breach of contract, we are prepared to protect our clients rights and vigorously seek a favorable outcome for our client.

Speak with a Taylor Law Office representative to learn what we can do for your business! Contact our office today on (208) 342-3006.

Frequently Asked Questions

If a matter is already in litigation, the business should consult an attorney immediately. However, even if the matter is likely to lead to litigation, there are a number of steps that can or should be taken to protect the interests of the business in preparation for anticipated litigation. The knowledge of a dispute that may lead to litigation could create certain legal obligations for the business, such as the requirement to preserve of records, to avoid additional liability. Also, getting the advice and guidance of an attorney early on in a dispute may help to develop an overview of legal rights and a cost-benefit analysis of different responses, such as settlement, litigation or other alternative dispute resolutions. Often times litigation can result simply from mismanaging a dispute that could have been resolved informally with less time and expense with appropriate legal guidance from the start. Many business owners who attempt to “do it themselves” to save money end up spending more on attorney’s fees after they have created or complicated their legal issues unnecessarily.

Verbal contracts are generally enforceable, with some exceptions. Verbal contracts can sometimes be difficult to prove, not because they have less effect than a written contract, but because the evidence of their existence is less certain. A Idaho business litigation attorney can review a potential dispute over an oral contract and advise on enforceability, defenses and potential litigation strategies.

If a corporation is the chosen entity, the basic steps are to choose the state of incorporation, file electronic articles of incorporation with the appropriate secretary of state, obtain an EIN number from the IRS and file any appropriate tax election, create by-laws, have an initial meeting of the founders/incorporators to adopt the by-laws, approve and adopt pre-incorporation actions, elect the board, appoint officers, distribute shares, allocate responsibilities, create and open bank accounts, obtain and recognize ownership contributions, create and execute a shareholder agreement and other appropriate documents (such as NDAs, non-competes, assignment of IP, employment agreements, etc.) and begin operations.

Idaho provides a corporate tax, filing, administrative and legal system that many people find appealing when compared to other states. Idaho offers limited public disclosure of owners and related parties on its public filings. Idaho statutes and caselaw are very robust, allowing for a lot of guidance and predictability on internal corporate legal issues. Idaho also has a number of tax provisions which may be favorable to incorporating in Idaho for certain types of companies. Where to incorporate is a decision that must be made on a case-by-case basis.

There are many reasons to consider buying an existing business. First, purchasing an established business saves you a considerable amount of time by not having to deal with any of the startup process. Additionally, the business will have already gathered important information about the nature of the business, how to improve success and what mistakes to avoid. When time is one of the most valuable assets in a business, purchasing a business can save you a lot of it.

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