The firm of Andre Law Officse serves individuals, families, and businesses in Green Bay and Northeast Wisconsin

Real Estate

Real estate, whether it is your residence or commercial property, represents a significant investment. If you are buying or selling property, or managing commercial property, the experienced Wisconsin real estate attorneys Andre Law Offices, LLC will provide the assistance and legal advice you need to protect your rights.

When you are buying or selling real estate, there are significant issues to consider, aside from the price to be paid. As a buyer or a seller, you want the offer to purchase to protect your legal rights and advance your interests. Once you have acquired your property, you may encounter other real estate law issues, including boundary disputes, easements and restrictive covenants, and construction and other liens.

The property lawyers at Andre Law Offices have represented clients in numerous transactions and property disputes. Let us use our skills and our knowledge to your advantage. Return to Top

Real Estate Purchases

Whether it is commercial property or residential property, real estate is a significant investment for both individuals and businesses. If you are buying or selling real estate, you need an attorney who can make sure that your best interests are served in the transaction.

The Wisconsin real estate attorneys at Andre Law Offices have been involved in numerous commercial real estate transactions, representing both buyers and sellers. From the drafting of the offer to purchase, through the due diligence process, and at closing, our attorneys are with you every step of the way to ensure that your rights are protected, and to confirm that the other party complies with all of its obligations. Whether you are buying or selling a vacant lot or a developed property, our experienced real estate attorneys will guide you through the process.

Our real estate attorneys have also assisted buyers and sellers in residential real estate transactions. We offer comprehensive and affordable services, including “For Sale by Owner” packages to assist home owners in selling their homes. Return to Top

Real Estate Leasing

If you own real estate as an investment or for development purposes, the real estate attorneys at Andre Law Offices can help you to manage and develop your property. We have extensive experience in real estate law, including landlord-tenant law and real estate leasing. We have drafted, reviewed, and negotiated complex commercial leases on behalf of our clients, addressing all types of leasing issues.

The real estate and property attorneys at Andre Law Offices also assist real estate developers during all stages of the real estate development process. As a general rule, developers must address issues ranging from permitting, requesting variances and conditional use permits, drainage plans, set-backs, to wetland and other environmental law issues. Whether your project involves commercial or residential development, our property and land use attorneys can provide you with the advice and the documents you need to complete your land development project quickly and efficiently.

Our construction attorneys also have extensive experience in all phases of the construction process, from negotiating construction contracts through the final states of construction.

Our real estate attorneys have also assisted clients with a wide range of real estate law, land use and zoning law issues, such as rezoning and variance applications, easements, restrictive covenants, and condominiums conversions and other real estate development. Return to Top

Landlord and Tennant Issues

The rules governing the obligations of landlords and tenants under the Wisconsin Statutes and common law can be complex and confusing. The knowledgeable real estate attorneys at Andre Law Offices help landlords of both residential and commercial properties ensure their compliance with their procedural and substantive obligations under Wisconsin law.

As a landlord, did you know that if your residential lease contains certain illegal provisions, it is null and void as a matter of law, which may prohibit you from collecting past and future rent in an eviction action? If you lease commercial property, did you know that your landlord may have the right to use a “self-help eviction,” whereby the landlord can evict you from the premises without filing an eviction action?

We understand landlord/tenant law, and have negotiated, reviewed, and drafted numerous commercial and residential leases on behalf of our clients, both landlords and tenants. We also assist our clients during the eviction process for both commercial and residential tenants. Return to Top

Practice Areas

  • Business Law
  • Real Estate Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Personal Injury
  • Workers Compensation
  • Appellate Practice
  • Mediation
  • FSBO Packages Title Services



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