If you are beginning to explore new property prospects, as our client, you will greatly benefit from our experience as an established Iron Mountain law firm with a long history of handling real estate matters for both residential and commercial clients from all over the region. Our services include:
We are excited to hear all about your aspirations in this realm and eager to help you come up with an individualized plan of action that is legally sound. To schedule your initial consultation with our Iron Mountain real estate attorneys, give us a call today at (906) 774-3808.
Although we are headquartered in Iron Mountain, we have a much further reach. Ryan & Lynch Law serves clients in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and Northeastern Wisconsin. Because of where we are situated geographically, we frequently advise clients on issues related to family camps and cottages, which are a unique component of life in this part of the United States.
Buying or selling a home: Having a little (or large) place to call your own is the American Dream. However, without a good legal advisor, you can end up with a real nightmare on your hands. Whether you are the buyer or the seller, Ryan & Lynch Law can walk you through every step of the process and assist you with financing, purchase agreements and other contracts, brokerage agreements, title insurance, and closing procedures.
Purchasing, selling and leasing commercial properties: We work with individuals and businesses throughout the state that are actively adding to and managing their commercial real estate portfolio. Whether you are exploring a new deal, need help with zoning and variance issues, or find yourself in a lease dispute, Ryan & Lynch Law can help.
Acquiring a recreational property: Real estate law is complex enough when you are dealing with residential real estate. But buying and selling a recreational property, such as a camp, cottage or hunting property, can often be more complicated. You will have to consider things that most people (who are merely buying or selling a home or standard office building) wouldn’t need to know about. Fortunately, we can help you make sense of issues like legal access, encroachments, zoning and environmental compliance.
Succession planning: No matter what sort of real estate you possess, when the time comes, you will want to be able to pass your beloved property down to your children or grandchildren without passing along any unnecessary hassles for them. This is why working on a detailed succession plan with our team is essential.
Asset protection: There’s a lot on the line when you are a property owner. Our Iron Mountain real estate attorneys can allow you to rest a little easier, though, by helping you protect your property and your wealth with asset protection measures, including setting up holding corporations or limited liability companies for any rental or recreational space and making sure that you are properly insuring your home against all the unforeseen risks that can really sink your ship when the storms of life hit.