With nearly two decades of legal experience, McNabb Law primarily offers assistance in the following fields:
Establish entities, draft and modify governing documents; draft documents for the addition or removal/retirement of a member/owner in an entity; help business owners determine how to bring family members into the business while protecting the business from learners’ mistakes; assist in dissolving or terminating entities; litigate ownership disputes and disagreements about how assets are being managed and distributed; draft, review, and edit contracts
Banking & Commercial Law:
Collections, foreclosure, loan modifications and forebearance; representation of banks and other creditors in customers' bankruptcy proceedings (no representation of debtors in bankruptcy)
Landlord/Tenant Matters and Property Management:
Drafting/modifying leases, parking agreements, etc.; assisting with collection of unpaid rent, damages, and attorney fees after a lease default; handling evictions to minimize lost time and inconvenience for property managers; representing tenants in negotiating leases and/or lease
Condominium and Subdivision Development:
Drafting and amending governing documents for the development and/or owners’ association; assisting with zoning and land use issues
Representing owners’ associations and owners in disputes regarding land use, assessments, and other neighborhood legal issues; drafting liens in aid of collection of assessments
Other Real Estate and Construction Matters Not Described Above:
Draft deeds, promissory notes/loan documents, deeds of trust; draft construction agreements; draft development and management agreements, draft other contracts, assist with zoning, historic zoning and neighborhood conservation easement issues; draft, interpret, defend against property restrictions; partition actions; easements; adverse possession; mechanics’ liens, defective construction, vendor and supply chain disputes, breach of contract, bad faith, collections, etc.
Establishing conservatorships for those who are unable to handle their financial affairs and/or personal care; serving as Guardian Ad Litem to assist the Court in determining the proposed ward’s best interests; defending against conservatorship petitions when the proposed ward does not want a conservatorship.
Drafting and amending wills, trust, and other estate planning documents
Probate Administration (and transfer of assets following death):
And determining when probate is needed and the cheapest, least stressful means to administer a loved one’s estate.
Establishing and assisting in maintaining Opportunity Zone Entities (per IRS regulations) to assist investors and businesses in revitalizing under-served communities while deferring the payment of capital gains taxes
And much more…
We typically do not offer services related to disability, social security, and workers’ compensation claims; juvenile court proceedings; family law; and personal injury.
We are not tax professionals, but we can assist you in locating a qualified accountant to answer your tax and business finance questions.