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Lease Agreements

Entering into a commercial lease agreement can be a high-stakes process that, if mishandled, can leave a small business owner paying for far more than he or she anticipated in taxes, repairs, finish-out, and other hidden costs. Any business in the process of negotiating a commercial lease requires the services of an experienced attorney with sophisticated knowledge of lease contract law.

At McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf, we have an extensive understanding of lease agreement law, and have guided our clients through this process for decades. Our attorneys don’t just spot problems, however. We offer workable solutions that keep both parties happy and, most importantly, protect our clients’ interests.

Our expertise gives our clients peace of mind and the knowledge that their business is in good hands.

Unfortunately, lease disputes can and do happen. In that event, our lawyers have years of experience litigating extremely complex cases involving lease contract law. We will work tirelessly to achieve outcomes that are in our clients’ best interests.

We are proud of our reputation as successful business lawyers and litigators, but we are equally proud of being known for our integrity, compassion, community service, and the personal attention we provide every client we represent. Many of our clients have been with us since our founding more than 80 years ago. Those kinds of relationships are built on a foundation of trust, communication, and great service that endures over many generations of clients and attorneys.

Contact us for more information about the services offered by our lease contract attorneys.

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