Aberdeen Construction Law Attorneys
The construction litigation firm of Richardson, Wyly, Wise, Sauck & Hieb, LLP provides a practical approach to legal matters and dispute resolution that minimizes attorneys’ fees for construction companies, contractors, and homeowners in South Dakota.
Construction is one of the most litigious areas of the law. Our law firm provides industry-savvy counsel to protect clients on the front end in contracts and development and represents any party in resolution of disputes after the fact.
South Dakota Contruction Law Lawyers
Our attorneys advise and represent general contractors and subcontractors, design professionals and suppliers, developers, lenders and property owners. Based in Aberdeen, we can tackle any construction-related matter for clients throughout South Dakota.
Richarson, Wyly, Wise, Sauck & Hieb, LLP handles all aspects of commercial and residential construction and development:
- Land use and zoning
- Drafting or review of construction contracts
- Drafting or review of purchase agreements with residential or commercial buyers
- Construction defects litigation
- Mechanic’s liens
- Construction lending
- Formation of construction companies
- Environmental concerns
- Real estate development law
- Bid disputes
- Construction delay
- Breach of construction contracts
We understand that our construction clients rely on prompt resolution of regulatory hurdles or legal conflicts to get the job done, get paid and pay employees. As a smaller law firm, we are accessible, responsive and cost-competitive. But we have the industry acumen, legal knowledge and proven courtroom muscle to stand up for our clients in litigation regardless of who the opponent is. Contact our construction law office for assistance with any construction related legal concern.
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