Corporate and Business Transactions

An important factor of almost all successful companies is a space in which they can operate. As a result, many companies are regularly encouraged to buy, sell, and lease properties. These properties can range from large-scale office spaces to small hidden away warehouses. No matter what your business, or how much space you need, you will want to have an experienced and trustworthy attorney by your side.

Family Law

Dealing with separation is not easy, even when both you and your spouse are on the same page. Not only are there emotional barriers, to add on top of that, documentation is required in order to officially divorce. Roman Kuzmin understands that this is a very difficult and stressful time, but he knows that having an attorney you can trust and rely on will make the process easier for you.

Probate and Estate Administation

Your assets are an important part of what makes you up. When you pass away these assets will become your “estate”. Putting someone in charge of these assets after you pass is an important part of your legacy. Without an experienced attorney, it may seem confusing and complex to manage the process of probate—or the legal process which governs the way your assets will be distributed and your debts will be paid.

Real Estate Litigation

One aspect of real estate that is not commonly touched on is litigation. Truth is, litigations take place in many areas of real estate. These buildings include but are not limited to: offices, apartments, condos, hotels, and other centers of retail. Roman Kuzmin is well-versed in this area of Real Estate and will greatly benefit you by working with him.

Real Estate Transactions

Real Estate Transactions are a complex and lengthy process. Many people have difficulty understanding the nuances associated with the industry and Roman Kuzmin can help you get through this difficult process while feeling confident and well informed.

Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning

Estate Planning is basically managing your assets and planning how these will be divided after your death. A will is an official document that conveys how you want your estate to be divided after your passing and forms part of your estate planning. A Trust on the other hand is like a will, but it also includes a designated grantor who can legally manage your assets in the event that you become incapacitated.


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