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Commercial Real Estate Lawyer In The Northwest Suburbs

Acquiring or selling the right real estate property can be an essential component of your business strategy. Given the significant assets involved and the complexity of real estate contracts, it is important to work with an attorney who understands your business, the relevant regulations and the real estate market in the Chicago suburbs.

At Michael R. Ek, Attorney at Law, I handle a variety of commercial real estate transactions as part of my comprehensive services for business owners. I help business owners and directors enter into real estate transactions that serve their professional needs and their bottom lines.

I assist with a variety of issues, including:

  • Evaluating and drafting commercial leases
  • Zoning and land use issues
  • Commercial landlord-tenant disputes
  • Land development
  • Condominium conversions

I have spent my entire career in the Greater Chicago area, so I understand the challenges that face the area's commercial property owners. This helps me develop creative solutions for the real estate market. In the past, I have helped clients develop modular commercial spaces that allow tenants to customize the size of their offices.

Real Estate Litigation

No one looks forward to a lawsuit, but sometimes disputes are best solved by pursuing litigation. If someone has failed to honor a contract, or if you are facing a lawsuit, I can help. With more than 25 years of experience as a trial lawyer, I am prepared to represent your interests aggressively in mediation or in the courtroom.

Contact Michael R. Ek, Attorney At Law

From my office in Schaumburg, Illinois, I work with clients throughout Cook County. To learn more about my services
and how I can help your business, please contact me at 847-969-5847 to arrange a consultation.

Office Location

Michael R. Ek, Attorney at Law
120 W. Golf Road
Suite 112
Schaumburg, IL 60195
Phone: 847-969-5847
Fax: 847-310-1037
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