SMR Law provides experience and skill in advising its clients in commercial banking transactions, workouts, and creditor litigation. SMR Law has and continues to advise commercial bankers on all types of loan documents, forbearance agreements, participation agreements, and strategy with regard to its borrowers. If a client has a dispute with another creditor or is concerned its collateral is vulnerable, SMR Law guides the client through the situation and provides time-tested recommendations and responsive action along the way.
Whether a client is buying or selling a business, SMR Law has the experience necessary to guide its clients through the process. SMR Law negotiates and advises its clients to find a collaborative solution for all involved. SMR Law has and continues to perform the following on behalf of its clients: due diligence, negotiate and draft purchase agreements, consulting agreements, employment agreements, separation agreements, and resolutions, and advises on entity structure from the small to complex.
SMR Law has experience in commercial real estate transactions. Whether advising a real estate developer, real estate investor, or real estate holding company or landlord on purchase or sale or a commercial lease, we have national experience in getting the deal through the process efficiently. SMR Law advises its clients and drafts the necessary documents for purchase or sale of commercial real estate, structured deals, and leases. SMR Law also provides due diligence, review of title and clearance of title.
If a client has a problem, we are here to assist. If its litigation, SMR Law’s trial strategy and results have earned the respect of judges and attorneys from Minnesota to Texas. SMR Law is a firm that its clients trust with their creditor, business, and real estate disputes, large or small. If a client has a dispute, they know they can rely on SMR Law to provide the necessary skill, responsiveness, and attention it needs.
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