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Little Rock Real Property Attorney

Whether you are involved in a real estate dispute or preparing for a transaction, all parties to the matter have a significant investment at risk. This includes not just the land itself but also any business or development interests tied to the property, plus the time and money already invested in securing financing, environmental impact studies and negotiations. Every real estate matter is as unique as the property involved.

At Stephen R. Giles, P.A., we draw on our years of Arkansas land use and real estate experience to offer our clients solutions tailored to achieve their goals. We have helped major corporations obtain development approval from local government and worked with them to resolve disputes with neighbors affected by the project. Our experience includes contract negotiation, resolving boundary disputes and settling ownership issues.

Knowledgeable Representation In Commercial And Residential Matters

As a respected real estate lawyer, Stephen R. Giles has been invited to lecture other attorneys on real estate topics and he has been appointed to a nonlegislative commission to study landlord-tenant issues. He is the attorney people look to for answers to complicated real estate questions. Those answers are informed by his work on behalf of developers, corporations, individuals and municipal government. Consequently, Mr. Giles is the rare attorney who can say he has considered these issues from all angles.

Contact Us To Discuss Your Real Estate Matter

If you need help with a real estate dispute or transaction, contact us at 866-588-3703 to make an appointment with a Little Rock real property lawyer. We offer free consultations. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., but evening and weekend meetings can be arranged.

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