Illinois Lawyer with Over Three Decades of Experience in Cook County Real Estate
An attorney who can handle any of your business’s real estate needs in Kane and Du Page counties
Knowledge of real estate law is essential for every business. Someone considering starting a company must consider the costs of commercial space and the financing requirements that come with it. Established businesses weighing expansion or a relocation must consider the costs of commercial leasing and negotiating for new space. Others will need construction agreements to expand their current facilities.
The Law Offices of Kenneth L. Block facilitates any real estate transaction that a business requires. Attorney Block has more than 30 years of experience assisting businesses in Cook County and the collar counties with all facets of real estate law and commercial transactions. A company contemplating its real estate needs should consult Kenneth L. Block.
Economical legal services for your business’s real estate needs
The Law Offices of Kenneth L. Block offers high quality legal services tailored to individual necessities. Attorney Block offers an honest assessment of every scenario and the most efficient method of addressing it. Unlike large firms, which have high costs and unresponsive staff, clients work closely and directly with their attorney to ensure a satisfactory resolution. A business searching for creative and effective counsel on real estate matters in the Cook County area should contact Kenneth L. Block for more information on:
What are land trusts and how can they benefit my business?
A land trust is a revocable living trust meant to hold title to real estate while the person who created the trust is still alive. It can be a very useful means for a business dealing in land or investing in real estate. Real estate under the title of a trust is not subject to liens placed on the property of the trust’s beneficiary, offering some protection to an individual or business dealing with creditors. Also, an interest in land trusts is easier for a beneficiary to transfer than selling real estate exchanged in a standard buy-sell agreement. Since the beneficiary is not the actual owner of the property held in trust, the property can be transferred without a deed or title. Property held in land trusts is not subject to the probate process and the identity of the actual owner of the property does not have to be disclosed to the public.
Consult the Law Offices of Kenneth L. Block for more information on your business’s real estate law needs.
Contact the Law Offices of Kenneth L. Block for a free initial-consultation on your business’s real estate matters
Do not risk your business by consulting an inexperienced attorney. The Law Offices of Kenneth L. Block offers more than 30 years of experience working with businesses in Cook County and the collar counties on Illinois property and real estate law. Call the firm at 312.600.4032 or online to schedule a consultation. Evening and weekend appointments are available. The firm’s offices are conveniently located near Chicago O’Hare International Airport.