Los Angeles Attorney Providing Guidance on Real Estate & Business Loans
When you have a great idea for a business or a real estate project, financing can be the key to success. However, what are the legal effects of your loan documents? Do the agreements reflect what you think your deal is? How can you make sure that your interests are protected? Talk with Marmon Law Offices in Los Angeles, California, about your options.
Attorney Victor Marmon has practiced law for over 33 years. His successful career began with an education at Yale University (graduating cum laude) and at the University of Chicago Law School. After completing his education, Mr. Marmon refined his skills by practicing law in one of the United States' preeminent law firms. He now uses these skills to work closely with our clients, providing personal attention for real estate and business matters including negotiation, documentation and management of business and real estate loans.
Whether you are seeking a secured or unsecured loan, a construction or permanent loan, doing a refinancing or borrowing against your inventory, receivables or other business assets, we help you navigate the legal complexities and make the best possible decisions for your needs. When entering into a financial obligation, it is important to know your rights. We will talk with you about the terms of your loan. What could increase your costs? What could cause the loan to come due earlier than anticipated? We will help you analyze your alternatives and negotiate the best terms for your situation.
When Your Real Estate and Business Loans Become Too Much
We also work with many borrowers who are overburdened by their real estate or business loans and with those who are facing foreclosure or loan default. In these cases, we find that our services can save our clients time and money. We help people renegotiate with lenders or take other actions to protect their interests and their property. In these cases, we highly recommend that you talk with us before you receive a notice of default, a foreclosure notice or face other legal action.
We Welcome Questions
If you have questions or concerns about loans, contact Marmon Law Offices at 310-551-8120 for a free initial consultation.