Our real estate attorneys in Wichita provide legal counsel and representation in all aspects of residential, commercial and industrial real estate development and transactions.
Real estate law is complex and constantly changing. Real estate transactions and development are governed by local, state and federal regulations, which are continually in flux. In addition, real estate involves many other areas of the law, including construction, taxation, banking and financing, business law, environmental law, and often estate planning and succession law.
This complexity requires a deep bench of experience, which Fleeson Gooing law firm provides. As one of the largest law firms in the region, our real estate law practice calls on the skills and knowledge of attorneys with experience in all these areas.
Wichita Real Estate Attorneys With a National Reputation
The real estate attorneys at Fleeson Gooing represent clients in all aspects of real estate and development and related environmental matters. Our lawyers have appeared before local, regional, state, and federal zoning and administrative bodies to assist our clients with land use and regulatory issues.
We have represented leading developers for residential, commercial, and industrial projects in Wichita, Kansas and throughout the United States in arbitration and litigation. We have worked on behalf of institutional lenders with commercial real estate loans, including the commercial real estate department of the largest bank in Kansas.
Services provided by our Wichita real estate attorneys include:
- All phases of commercial development, including:
- land acquisition
- lease negotiation
- preparation of reciprocal easements
- Legal services in connection with the development and construction of:
- residential properties
- office buildings
- Negotiation of leases and financing agreements
- Representation before administrative boards, agencies and commissions for zoning, land use and regulatory matters
Real Estate Transactions and Development Involving Oil and Gas
Acquiring, selling or developing an oil and gas producing property involves another level of legal complexity. Fleeson Gooing has acquired a national reputation in natural resources law, especially as it relates to the production, regulation and sale of natural gas. Our firm’s natural resources and energy law practice encompasses the entire range of activities related to mineral exploration and development, including acquisitions and sales, title examination and contract drafting. Visit our Oil and Gas Law page for more information.
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