At Davis & Mathis PC we handle commercial and residential real estate transactions for clients throughout Alaska. We offer expert legal guidance both in and outside of the courtroom, so whether you’re planning to file a quiet title action, need counsel during a commercial foreclosure, or want effective representation and guidance for a buy/sell agreement, we’ll ensure we meet your needs. We specialize in:
From final sales to disagreements over property rights, no job is too big or too small. Call us today to learn more!
In residential and commercial real estate, the proper formation of agreements and other documents is essential for the adequate protection of all parties involved. Hiring the wrong lawyers for this can put your assets at risk. We can ensure you have all the needed documentation and understand what terms are binding. We'll be there to guide you through every agreement and keep your property protected.
Davis & Mathis PC handles a broad range of landlord-tenant issues for clients in Anchorage and throughout Alaska. Whether you own, manage, lease or rent property, it's important to consult with a knowledgeable attorney who can review your documents and help you identify potential risks. We'll keep you in the know and represent you with expertise should you need it. Call us today!
If you are entering into a joint venture that entails real estate purchases, our lawyers can help you establish partnership agreements that protect your interests. Our diverse practice allows us to handle a broad range of real estate law and business law matters for clients establishing joint partnerships. We'll be there to assist you with all types of real estate agreements, leases, financing, business formation and other critical steps. Call Davis & Mathis today!
By consulting with a professional probate attorney in Anchorage, AK at Davis & Mathis PC, you'll be able to navigate any statutory requirements with knowledge and confidence. Our skilled lawyers will help you understand the probate process while ensuring the terms of the decedent's will are fulfilled.
Probate is a word used to describe a legal process that occurs following someone's death. After a person passes away, the first step would be to determine if a probate is needed. The court must prove his or her will to be valid; otherwise, any dealings with the estate cannot proceed. The probate process often includes the following steps:
While both a will and trust can protect your assets, a will only goes into effect once you’ve passed, while a trust is enacted immediately. While many people believe only the wealthy need such protection, the truth is anyone with property or financial assets should have a will or trust set up, this can avoid lengthy delays in probate court and ensure your family and loved ones are given your assets as quickly as possible. We offer a wide range of wills and trusts preparation services including:
When it comes to setting clear boundaries on your property and assets, it's always best to meet with an attorney who has years of experience in estate law. At Davis & Mathis PC, we’ve helped countless clients create binding agreements that will secure their assets and their peace of mind. We specialize in: