Dysart Taylor’s real estate and land use attorneys represent borrowers, owners, financial institutions and developers in all areas of real estate law. We serve clients in sales and acquisitions, financing, leasing and zoning matters. Our team stays on top of emerging industry trends, real estate laws and regulations, and we handle land use issues pertaining to the development and expansion of office, retail, residential and mixed-use projects.
We represent businesses in the acquisition, sale and financing of real estate and handle all aspects of complex real estate transactions, including deal structuring through the negotiation, preparation, loan restructurings, bond claims, deeds, leases, mortgages and closing of a sale.
Our real estate attorneys have extensive experience that includes site development arrangements with governmental agencies, environmental compliance, public and conventional financing, zoning, development and boundary disputes. Our attorneys are seasoned litigators who have resolved multiple real estate disputes through litigation and arbitration, including landlord and tenant disputes, management agreements, title issues, foreclosures, trespassing and more.
For more information, contact Matthew Geary.
REAL ESTATE NEWS
Dysart Taylor shareholder/director Meghan Litecky was recently awarded the 2023 KCMBF President’s Award at the organization’s annual meeting by Leon Versfeld, the Foundation’s president. The award was in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the Liberty...
Dysart Taylor is pleased to announce it has earned a total of 12 rankings in the 2024 Best Law Firms rankings. In the Kansas City market, the firm earned seven prestigious Tier 1 rankings in the following practice areas: Closely Held Companies and Family Businesses...
Dysart Taylor is pleased to announce that 12 of its attorneys have been named to the 2023 Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers list. In addition, Dysart Taylor shareholder Amanda Pennington Ketchum earned honors in three “Top Lists” for a second year in a row. This...