Real Estate Lawyer: Toledo And Northwest Ohio

Our law firm provides legal advice to clients facing real estate issues throughout Northwest Ohio. Lawyer Joshua Nolan, our firm's founding attorney, offers clients his experienced legal judgment with respect to these matters, a legal judgment he honed while working at one of Ohio's largest law firms and dealing with multimillion-dollar matters.

Real Estate Attorney: Toledo And All Of Northwest Ohio

Our office's clients have included landlords, tenants and real estate agencies. We include a broad variety of cases in our work, including:

  • Rental agreements
  • Evictions
  • Land contracts
  • Residential sales agreements
  • Property damage resulting from undisclosed defects
  • Fence line disputes
  • Judgment collections
  • Land Use/Zoning

We provide clients in these matters with personal attention as well as large-firm corporate litigation experience. This litigation experience encompasses a wide variety of issues, from damages caused by undisclosed, latent defects in the property, to environmentally damaged property, to disputes concerning contractual obligations.

Our personal attention also means providing clients with the clear, objective vision they need during difficult legal conflicts. Joshua Nolan has provided this kind of calm advice under the pressures that accompany high-stress situations.

In all cases, we know that our real estate clients are looking for a firm that can structure its client engagements intelligently. We take great pride in offering our clients a large law firm experience at small law firm rates. Contact us today to learn more about how our firm can work with you to build a custom client arrangement that best fits your legal needs.

Northwest Ohio And Bowling Green Area Attorney: Landlord-Tenant And Other Real Estate Disputes

Schedule an appointment to discuss your matter with attorney Joshua Nolan by calling 419-442-7785. You can also contact our firm online. All communications between potential clients and our firm enjoy the confidentiality protection of the attorney-client privilege.