The law firm of Jared M. Lans focuses its practice primarily on general business law, both transactional and litigation involving contract and commercial disputes. In addition, the firm focuses on Community Association law, including governance and enforcement of governing documents, and Chancery court matters involving applications for specific performance or injunctions, will contests, minority interest disputes and the like.
Business transactions include the formation of new businesses, the drafting and development of partnership, shareholder and operating agreements (including buy-sell agreements), the implementation of business succession plans, the buying and selling of businesses and business interests and the acquisition, sale, and financing of both commercial and residential real estate.
An additional area of concentration includes construction law and specifically Consumer Fraud litigation in the context of home improvements. This includes representing homeowners who have been victimized by unscrupulous contractors as well as representing, defending and advising builders and contractors and their special needs related to real estate development, business and consumer contracts and consumer fraud compliance.
The firm provides its client with competent, efficient and aggressive representation, taking a hands-on, team-oriented approach to every case handled. The firm considers its clients to be an integral part of the process. The firm is known for its client’s relationships and advocacy, ensuring that their objectives are obtained through rigorous advocacy and strong negotiations.
Jared M. Lans, Esq. provides the high level of professionalism and service that is offered at much larger firms, without the excessive costs, and with much more personal care. When you hire Jared M. Lans, Esq., you’ll get the same high level of personal service and attention, regardless of the magnitude of your legal issue. Phone calls are always answered and returned.
Our broad practice includes:
- Representation of condominium associations, homeowner associations and housing cooperatives
- Consumer fraud claims involving home improvement or construction fraud or disputes with contractors
- Business issues, from formation and creation to contracts to litigation to business succession planning
- Probate litigation, including will contests and breach of fiduciary duty
- The protection of owners, developers, general contractors and subcontractors in construction matters
- Preparation of wills, trusts and other estate planning documents
- Administration of estates in the probate courts
- Residential and commercial real estate, including residential and commercial transactions and lease agreements