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Real Estate Law & Litigation Services in San Leandro

JGPC Law serves the business and corporate law communities in the San Leandro area

Do You or Your San Leandro Business Need an Experienced Real Estate Attorney?

JGPC business lawyers are attorneys specializing in helping business owners, managers, investors, buyers, and their businesses in every stage of the business life cycle. We have decades of experience in assisting privately held businesses and business owners with the legal issues related to all stages of business growth.

Our business law firm has received the Top “AV”® Rating for Business Lawyers.* Our attorneys’ extensive business law experience and commitment to excellence will ensure that you and your business make the best possible business law decisions, for today and tomorrow.

Our Real Estate Law & Litigation Services

Several JGPC lawyers are experienced real estate transactional attorneys with extensive experience in negotiating and drafting commercial purchase and sale agreements, options, commercial leases, financing documents, installment sales, equity sharing agreements, and construction contracts and subcontracts.

JGPC Law’s experienced litigators are available to help clients with real estate contract disputes, construction defect cases, boundary disputes, mechanics liens and unlawful detainer issues.

JGPC Business Law is a business law firm providing cost-effective, quality legal services to privately held businesses, corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), general partnerships, joint ventures, limited liability partnerships (LLPs), limited partnerships (LP), trusts, business start ups, entrepreneurs, business owners, managers, executives, investors, buyers & sellers throughout the Tri-Valley and the East Bay Area, including Pleasanton, Dublin, Livermore, San Ramon, Danville, Walnut Creek, Castro Valley, Fremont, Tracy, Modesto, Manteca, Stockton and all of Alameda County and Contra Costa County. We are here to serve all of your business and corporate law needs.