Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&AResponsive Law
- Real Estate Law
- Business Law
- Construction Law
- Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- English: Spoken, Written
- Levy Craig Law Firm
- - Current
- Levy Craig is a medium-size law firm focusing on representing businesses on a variety of legal matters. Our practice areas include civil litigation, corporate law, business transactions, fidelity and surety law, construction, real estate and family law. Our litigation attorneys have a particular focus on construction, banking/financial services, fidelity/surety bonds, and real estate. Our transaction attorneys regularly handle all aspects of business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, real estate acquisition and financing, and securities work. Our family law attorneys handle all aspects of domestic matters, especially divorces involving closely held family businesses.
- Principal Attorney
- Rick Davis Legal
- - Current
- We are not your average law firm.™ We utilize technology so as to deliver better, faster and more efficient legal services. We provide personalized attention to our clients so they are never left in the dark about what is happening with their case. We provide honest and straightforward answers, even if it means lower profits for our firm. We only practice real estate law so we have the knowledge and experience to obtain the best outcomes for our clients.
- Greenstein & Associates
- Greenstein & Associates is a full service law firm located in Palm Beach County Florida. As managing partner, Rick was responsible for overseeing the operation of the law firm that during his tenure featured over 25 attorneys, making it one of the fifty largest law firms in South Florida.
- Washburn University School of Law
- Honors: Cum Laude; Top Grade awards in Legal Analysis, Research and Writing I & II, Criminal Law, Torts, and Civil Procedure
- Activities: Managing Editor of Washburn Law Journal
- University of Kansas
- State Bar of Kansas  # 25671
- Missouri Bar Association
- American Bar Association, Real Property Trust and Estate Law Section
- Council/YLD Liasion
Articles & Publications
- 5 Questions to Ask Your Real Estate Attorney
- 9 Things You Should Look for in a Mentor
- Do You Need a Lawyer at the Mortgage Closing?
- Obtaining Computer, Email and Internet Evidence
- Ethics in Construction Law
- Negotiating for Damages in Construction , NBI
- Transfer of Title
- Ethical Considerations
- Ethics for Construction Lawyers , Construction Law from Start to Finish , Wichita, Kansas
- NBI Seminars
- Defining Trespass and Adverse Possession , Boundaries and Easements , Overland Park, Kansas
- Halfmoon Education
- Resolving Boundary Disputes , Boundaries and Easements , Overland Park, Kansas
- Halfmoon Education
- Public Forum on Aging Issues , Lawrence Kansas Public Library
- Douglas County Association on Aging
- Candidate Forum on issues for the elderly population
- The CFPB and Practical Tips for your Practice , Palm Beach County Bar Association Offices
- Palm Beach County Bar Association
- Practical Tips and Advise on Complying with the Consumer Financial Protection Board (CFPB) Regulations.
- Commercial Leasing , Paradise Grill
- Johnson County Business Networking
- Practical Tips and Advise on Commercial Leasing for Entrepreneurs.
- Title Insurance Producer License (Inactive)
- State of Missouri
- Real Estate Agent License (inactive)
- State of Florida
Websites & Blogs
- Attorney Bio
- KC Real Estate Law
- Remote Notary Signed Into Law in Missouri & Kansas
21 April 2020
- FAQs on For Sale by Owner (FSBO) Transactions
17 January 2020
- What Can I Do to Help My Litigation Case?
17 November 2019
7 Questions Answered
- Q. Can I limit my liability as cosigner in a multi-tenant lease, with an addendum stating liability limits in dollar value?
- A: Yes, if both parties agree you can draft an addendum to provide that you are guaranteeing only a portion of the total rent. As long as both parties sign it, it would be enforceable to limit your liability. *Please be advised that this answer is for information or educational purposes only and is intended to be general information, not specific advise in your situation the response is based only upon the limited information you provided in the question. For detailed advise about your specific situation, I would recommend that you schedule a time to speak with an attorney.*
- Q. How easy or hard will it be to break a verbal contract involving the sale of some property
- A: Generally, speaking a contract for the sale of real property must be in writing. There are very limited exceptions to this rule and they usually involve when a party has moved into the home and started making payments in accordance with a verbal agreement. I would also caution that it does not require a formal contract for an agreement for the sale of real property to be in writing. If you sent emails memorializing the terms or wrote basic terms down on a napkin, that may be enough to constitute a written agreement. *Please be advised that this answer is for information or educational purposes only and is intended to be general information, not specific advise in your situation the response is based only upon the limited information you provided in the question. For detailed advise about your specific situation, I would recommend that you schedule a time to speak with an attorney.*
- Q. How long will it take me to register my new business as an LLC?
- A: Registering an LLC only takes a few minutes and can be completed online. With that being said, if you have more than one owner in your business, you will likely want an operating agreement, which will take some time to draft depending on your specific needs. If you are going through an attorney, the other variable is the attorney's schedule, which could effect the timeline.
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