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Steven Stark Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

176 reviews

Joshua Garber Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

148 reviews

Jeffrey Antonelli Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

2 reviews

Jonathan Grossman Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

12 reviews

Michael Osty Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

2 reviews

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Conor Teevan Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

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Seth Wiener Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

428 reviews

Sue Dunbar Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

133 reviews

Johnny Manriquez Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

89 reviews

Eric Kirkland Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

120 reviews

Meaghan Zore Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

81 reviews

Bradley Rothschild Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

104 reviews

Paul Spitz Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

75 reviews

Scott Stram Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

105 reviews

Matt Googe Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

54 reviews

David Yamaguchi Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

111 reviews

Grant Maynard Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

49 reviews

Stacy Smith Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

72 reviews

Jonathan Savar Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

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Irvin Tyan Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

42 reviews

Glenn Manishin Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

43 reviews

Thomas Love Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

60 reviews

Umar Farooq Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

109 reviews

Lisa Thorsen Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

37 reviews

Alejandro Maher Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

158 reviews

Geoffrey Amend Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

208 reviews

Thomas Bark Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

58 reviews

Michael Brennan Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

37 reviews

Jenny Villier Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

39 reviews

Sarvey Askarieh Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

47 reviews

Jeff Carson Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

39 reviews

Patrick Jones Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

43 reviews

Mary Obidinski Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

45 reviews

Joseph Gross Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

29 reviews

Ross Meador Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

54 reviews

Renate Harrison Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

28 reviews

Eric Leander Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

66 reviews

Sunita Koneru Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

27 reviews

Tom Shnaider Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

62 reviews

Eric Alspaugh Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

62 reviews

Diana Palchik, Esq. Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

28 reviews

Laura Drossman Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

42 reviews

Eric Norton Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

24 reviews

Radiance Harris Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

32 reviews

Jesko Onken Real Estate Lawyer for Chicago, IL

45 reviews
Recently Completed Jobs
"Commercial Leases Services"
Chicago, IL
Details
"We have a business located in a large warehouse premises. We have a 5 year lease on our premises that is due to expire soon. We would like to have someone review the lease to let us know what our options are. We would like to renew the lease and send a letter of intent to renew."
What are your current legal needs?
Reviewing an existing agreement
What type of commercial property is this for?
Industrial
Proposals Received
6
Average Price
$160 - $240
"Review Shared Space License Agreement"
Chicago, IL
Details
"We have been using the space within an office without any sort of formal agreement. The landlord now wants us to sign a "Shared Space License Agreement" which shifts the relationship. We are looking to markup the document with everything that is not acceptable or ambiguous and add appropriate protections which are likely not included."
How many square feet is the space?
sublease
What type of property is involved?
Office
Proposals Received
5
Average Price
$400 - $600
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