Real Estate Attorneys Serving the Philadelphia Metro Area
The art of the deal
With the real estate market being as volatile as it is, having a law firm like Richard L. Vanderslice, P.C. by your side through your commercial or residential real estate transaction can be invaluable. With 34 years of experience, our attorneys possess a deep understanding of property rights, finance and business as they relate to real estate law, and they apply this knowledge to assisting clients with:
Attorney Richard L. Vanderslice has also been a speaker for continuing legal education (CLE) courses on the subjects of 1031 exchanges and foreclosure practice.
Easing the stress of real estate litigation
Due to their complexity, real estate transactions sometimes do not go as smoothly as one might hope. When you face the stress of real estate litigation, retaining our attorneys decreases the burden by ensuring your matter is handled in the most efficient, advantageous way possible. Using a pragmatic yet personalized approach, we represent both plaintiffs and defendants in disputes involving:
The Abandoned and Blighted Property Conservatorship Act
At Richard L. Vanderslice, P.C., the quality and safety of our community is of the utmost importance to us. We are committed to upholding Act 135, the Abandoned and Blighted Property Conservatorship Act. Effective February 24, 2009, Act 135 allows a conservator to take control of (and fix up or demolish) a property whose neglected maintenance is detrimentally affecting the surrounding community. If you are interested in getting temporary possession of an abandoned and/or blighted property, we can represent you in your petition to the court.
We look forward to helping take the stress away from whatever situation you face.
Richard L. Vanderslice
Attorney Richard L. Vanderslice is trusted by his clients for his pragmatism, personal attention and up-to-date knowledge of current developments in the legal sphere. He is very active in both American and Philadelphia Bar Associations, as well as in public interest work, and has been named to the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Pro Bono Honor Roll.