Craig Dunlap Law
Business Law Attorney Serving Las Vegas And Out-Of-State Businesses In Collections

Trusted With Commercial Real Estate Litigation And Transactions

With over 20 years of experience in bankruptcy and financial disputes, attorney Craig Dunlap has unique insight into real estate law. Many financial disputes between businesses also involve property. In addition to working on multimillion-dollar cases on behalf of a large law firm, Craig Dunlap served as general counsel to a privately held property company.

Craig Dunlap Law can assist you or your business with a variety of real estate transactions and litigation, including:

  • Purchase transactions
  • Property contracts and leases
  • Loan agreements
  • Buy-sell agreements
  • Landlord-tenant issues
  • Construction contracts
  • Boundary disputes
  • Litigation over property rights

Business property is often expensive, and property disputes can drive the cost of businesses even higher. A seasoned lawyer is often worth the cost, making property disputes less expensive and less worrisome for you.

Familiar With A Variety Of Property Disputes

Craig Dunlap has experience working with businesses of any size, and understands the challenges that accompany property disputes between large companies.

Many small firms do not have experience with large property disputes, while many large firms are unable to provide efficient, personalized representation for your case. Craig Dunlap Law combines the experience of a large firm with the care and transparency of a small firm, so you can make better legal decisions for you or your company.

If you are located in the Las Vegas area or wish to bring an action against a party in Nevada, schedule a case consultation today. Call 702-996-6359, or contact Craig Dunlap Law using the form online.

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