Real Estate

We have the expertise…

to guide you through the often-complex process of buying and selling real estate, including the maze of brokers, lenders, appraisers, inspectors, and surveyors. Trust us to ensure there are no surprises that could result in lost dollars or added risk.

How Can an Indiana Real Estate Attorney Help?

Having an experienced real estate attorney from Todd Uzelac Law on your side who has a comprehensive understanding of the law and extensive experiencing creating, amending and interpreting real estate documents can make all the difference. Our knowledgeable real estate attorney’s make sure you’re agreeing to an accurate, fair document that reflects your desired goals.

When Todd Uzelac Law provides legal counsel in real estate transactions, we take a value-oriented, bottom-line, forward thinking approach. Our goal is to provide legal representation that ensures your rights are protected and aligns with your goals.


Potential Real Estate Law Issues That we Can Help You With

When buying, selling, renting or leasing a piece of real estate, there are many risks. To complete a transaction successfully, the risks must be minimized or eliminated. Our job at Todd Uzelac Law is to remove barriers that stand in the way of completing your transaction. Ultimately, you want to get the deal done and often time is the enemy, but we are here to help you reach the finish line. Potential issues we can help you with include:

  • Defects in Title
  • Lender Requirements
  • Mechanic’s Liens
  • Land Use and Zoning Issues
  • Environmental Issues
  • Boundary and Easement Disputes
  • Zoning and Building Permits
  • Construction Contracts

Other Real Estate Services

At Todd Uzelac Law we help our clients with their real estate issues from beginning to end. Some additional objectives we would be happy to assist you with include:

  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Offers and Purchase Agreements
  • Commercial and Residential Sales Transactions
  • Condominium Development
  • Property Management
  • Homeowners and Condominium Owners Associations
  • Commercial Leases for Office, Retail, and Industrial Spaces
  • Representing Lenders in Mortgage Foreclosures
  • Representing Developers Acquiring New Properties and Establishing Planned Unit Developments

The information contained in this website is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice on any matter.