Real Estate

Trusted Real Estate Attorneys Serving Seattle, WA

Protect your real estate investment with help from Clausen Law Firm. When you need a reliable real estate attorney in Seattle, WA, our team delivers effective representation and legal solutions.

We have extensive experience representing all manner of residential and commercial real estate clients, including sellers, buyers, borrowers, lenders, investors, renters, and landlords. As Seattle’s leading law firm, we are also an attorney-member of the Commercial Brokers Association and the Associated Builders and Contractors trade associations.

Count on us to efficiently handle your most complex real estate transactions. While we always strive to resolve disputes out of court, we are also seasoned litigators who have represented clients throughout Washington State. Contact us today to learn more about our real estate legal services, and find out how we can serve you and your property.

When You Need an Attorney

Since property is such a large investment, it’s always better to be safe than sorry. Ensure you make the right moves and defend your interests by working with a qualified lawyer. With decades of experience, you can rely on our team for commercial and residential estate services involving the following and more:

  • Real Estate Transactions and Leasing
  • Title and Contract Disputes
  • Zoning and Construction Disputes
  • Development and Acquisition
  • Foreclosure, Collection, Bankruptcy, and Loans
  • Document Drafting
  • Real Estate Litigation

The sooner we start working for you, the more we can do to protect your investment. Contact us today to request your free 30-minute consultation.

Real Estate Law Services

Purchase and Sale Representation

Working with buyers, sellers and agents, we have developed expertise in drafting complex purchase documentation that reflect the parties' interests and agreement. We also work with title companies, escrow agents, lenders and government agencies to ensure that our clients interests' are protected.

Residential Landlord-Tenant Issues

Most of the residential-side disputes we handle have some unusual aspect that requires highly specific expertise in real estate law. Our landlord-tenant lawyer has taken disputes to trial and writs of restitution (the official term for sheriff's eviction) and have effectively advised our clients each step of the way.

Whether you need a small business or real estate attorney in Seattle, WA, turn to us

Commercial Leasing

Our real estate lawyer has negotiated extensive commercial leases, from simple office and retail-space transactions to complex leases with national commercial businesses. We have extensive experience in dealing with tenants displaced by government condemnation actions. We also work with property managers to ensure satisfactory commercial landlord-tenant relationships.

Construction and Development

We work with developers and landowners on contract drafting and negotiation, title issues and construction issues. We have special expertise in advising homeowners undergoing custom construction projects and have guided clients from purchase and feasibility reviews to final punch lists. For more information, see our Construction practice area.

Liens, Deeds of Trust and Foreclosure

Our experience in construction law has given us an extensive background in the various forms of liens, the priority issues between competing lien holders and the processes by which lien issues are resolved. We have moved to protect clients' interests in both judicial and non-judicial foreclosures. We have also represented creditor clients through the process of a sheriff's sale and post-sale issues. Our attorneys have drafted specialized deeds of trust to secure loans for property and other purposes.

LLC Issues

Most commercial and development land ownership today is done by owners creating specific limited liability companies (LLCs). We are able to get a limited liability company created in as little as 24 hours. We also work with groups of owners and investors on how to structure real estate LLCs and about their rights as members of an LLC. For more information, see our Small Business practice area.

Boundary Line Issues and Other Property Owner Disputes

Few disputes can be as contentious and personal as disputes between neighboring property owners. We have advised dozens of clients on fence location and adverse possession claims and the trespass and other issues that accompany them. Our real estate attorney also has extensive experience with neighbor disputes arising from natural causes, such as drainage water issues, landslides, and easements.