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Creative Solutions For Your Real Estate Law Needs

Real estate is among the most significant investment an individual or business makes. It is important to protect your investment by enlisting the services of an experienced real estate lawyer when signing purchase or sales agreements, seeking a variance or when addressing a real estate dispute.

At the law office of Hunter & Johnson P.C. in Godfrey, we bring our experience and knowledge in real estate law to a wide range of clients in both Illinois and Missouri. We represent businesses, individuals and municipalities in the full scope of real estate matters, including:

  • Residential and commercial real estate sales
  • Title issues
  • Real property taxation
  • Easement preparation
  • Easement disputes
  • Construction contracts and litigation
  • Drafting and reviewing lease agreements
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Partition actions
  • Boundary and easement conflicts
  • Land use and zoning compliance and dispute resolution
  • Agricultural law, including farm leases

Representing A Diverse Clientele

We work with a broad cross section of clients in Madison County and throughout the Riverbend region, including farmers and those who serve the agricultural industry. We are prepared to assist with farmland acquisition or leases, financing arrangements, and the creation of or dissolution of farm partnerships.

Our Attorneys Provide Personalized Service

We tailor our solutions to each client's unique needs. Every client we serve is guaranteed a partner to work on his/her case versus being handled by an associate which is more likely to occur at a larger law firm. Call 618-466-9510 or use our online contact form to schedule a meeting so we can begin developing your solution today.


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