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Maloof Law Group in Sacramento


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Sacramento Business Mediation Services

As in the Family Law side of our practice, disputes between individuals do not have to devolve into expensive litigation. Nick Maloof of the Maloof Law Group is proud to represent business partners (used loosely) in helping them arrive at constructive solutions to their business disagreement.
Not every business partnership (whether actually a partnership or some other co-owned entity) will be a "match made in heaven." When things come down to earth, let Maloof Law Group assist you in parting ways gracefully but intelligently. Contact us today.

Sacramento Franchising Lawyers

The Franchise Disclosure Document (previously a "UFOC," or Uniform Franchise Operating Circular) is a complicated document that crucially explains a franchisee's rights and obligations relative to a franchisor. Depending upon what your position is, the understanding of this document (or its proper drafting) is essential to your success. In addition, the franchise model is under attack by some and heralded by others, and the facts support each side, depending upon the industry and the geographic location. As a prospective franchisor or franchisee, you need to sift through the different opinions and chart a course of action. We can help. Contact us!

Sacramento Land Use and Entitlements Lawyers

If you wish to develop land, do not be caught without a project manager. Usually, that manager is an attorney who understands the engineering side of the process, the governmental/discretionary side of the process, the environmental side of the process, and the public side of the process. Maloof Law Group is such a law firm. If you want to develop or redevelop your land, contact us to explore the possibilities and allow us to manage your project and advocate for you.

Sacramento Commercial Leasing Lawyers

The Maloof Law Group has negotiated many leases, some a few pages long, some a hundred. The needs of the client, the sophistication of the landlord, the bargaining power of the tenant or possible tenant, and the risk aversion of the parties all come into play when negotiating a lease. At the Maloof Law Group, the terms of a lease could be too onerous to move forward, but that is your business decision to make, not ours.
The commercial lease brings with it hundreds of variables, but Maloof Group has likely seen them all. Certain provisions are more problematic than others, and all provisions can be drafted in a way that either benefits the tenant or the landlord.
If your business is intending to lease property and needs an advocate, contact Maloof Law Group, APC for a valuable consultation.
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