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66 Court SquareMiddlebury, VT, 05753
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"Since 2007, Clint Sellers and his customer-centered law firm in Harrisonburg, Virginia have provided prompt, straightforward answers about wills and trusts, estate administration, small business law, real estate law and civil trials. We protect families and businesses with our experience in real estate, representing clients in court, estate planning and administration (including wills, trusts, special needs trusts, powers of attorney, advance medial directives and business succession planning) and small business law. Solving a problem starts with just knowing who to call. In cases where we cannot assist for any reason we try to recommend another professional who can. Creating estate planning documents that work is only part of successful planning. We also help clients design strategies to reduce stress and promote smooth transactions. These strategies and personalized documents allow clients to keep what they have worked for, avoid paying unnecessary taxes and fees, effectively distribute property and preserve family relationships. Our historic Harrisonburg location is our main office and we also routinely serve clients throughout Rockingham County, as well as Augusta, Page and Shenandoah. Small business law and civil trial experience complement our estate planning practice. Businesses are frequently the single largest assets that clients possess and successfully transitioning them from one generation to the next requires planning and thought. For people who want to sell their businesses, it is essential to develop the proper legal framework to permit the transfer when the time comes. The best way to plan for a transfer or sale is to set up the business documents correctly to start. For those businesses that have gaps in their documentation, we can often retroactively fill in the spaces in a way that limits liability and maximizes business value. While the ideal is for disputes to be resolved outside of court, sometimes court is necessary. It is essential to know the rules and strategies to achieve the best possible results for the client. Staying informed about cases within Virginia’s General District and Circuit courts helps us create stronger contracts for businesses and individuals. Real estate law affects both businesses and families. We prepare many deeds and easements and help with contract matters concerning the sale, purchase or lease of real estate. The time to negotiate appropriate contract terms is before signing a contract to buy, sell or lease real estate. Real estate purchases are large deals with long-term consequences for businesses and families, so is prudent to get advice from an office like ours, which only represents your interests and has an attorney with focused experience in this area. With careful planning you can keep what you have worked for and protect your family or business. We appreciate the opportunity to be of service.