From purchase to sale, development to demolition, Reeves Amodio understands the world of real property law. We craft purchase and sale agreements or work with clients to refine drafts prepared by others. To ensure full disclosure we ferret out historic information prior to sale. If the property is encumbered we help identify (and, when possible, eliminate) burdens on marketability. When “Institutional Controls” are required by a government, we ensure they are as extensive as needed but not more so. Litigation experience has given our attorneys, particularly Robert Reges, Tom Amodio, and Rob Corbisier, capable skills in the creation, interpretation or vacation of easements and other servitudes. We understand timber trespass; property boundary disputes; conservation easements; RS 2477 rights-of-way; tideland leases; water rights; wetland issues; title problems; and many other esoteric topics of real estate law.