Colliander & Brown, P.A.

Colliander & Brown, P.A.

Dedicated Portsmouth, New Hampshire Attorneys Resolve Your Cases Efficiently

Firm Overview

A corporate, real estate, commercial & litigation law firm with a track record of successful results With more than 70 years of combined experience, attorneys John D. Colliander and David S. Brown have dedicated their careers to providing excellent legal representation. At Colliander & Brown, P.A., we are focused on meeting clients' goals in the most cost-efficient, effective manner. We pride ourselves on our professionalism and experience and the personalized service we provide to clients. We respond quickly to our clients' legal needs and resolve their legal matters favorably. We can help with the following areas of the law: Banking Civil litigation Commercial Corporate Estate administration Estate planning Fiduciary services Land use planning Probate Real estate Tax Transactional law Trusts Experienced Portsmouth lawyers committed to clear communication and personalized attention We provide prompt and diligent representation. We keep you aware of our progress in your legal matters every step of the way. We are responsive to your needs and concerns and always give you clear and precise advice while creating a detailed plan for your legal matters. Contact a New Hampshire law firm with a solid reputation for success Call Colliander & Brown, P.A. today at 603-319-1475 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.

Main Office

Main Office
126 Daniel St.,Ste. 100

Portsmouth NH 03801

Phone

603-433-9998

Fax

Real Estate

New Hampshire Real Estate Lawyers Working for You

The attorneys at Portsmouth law firm Colliander & Brown, P.A. know the art of the deal. By assertively applying our more than 70 years of experience and extensive knowledge of property rights, real estate issues, finance and business, we handle your: Residential home sales transactions Commercial property sales transactions Homeowners associations Condominium law Landlord-tenant disputes Evictions Foreclosures Real estate contracts Eminent domain Zoning, land use and building permits Boundary and easement disputes Title disputes --Real estate transaction attorneys From offer to sale, we structure buying, selling and construction transactions to further our clients' goals. When you retain our law firm to transact your real estate deal, we will: Draft or review your sales contract Negotiate real estate agreement Review your lending documents Search and clear title Analyze your deal and rectify potential problems Handle land use, zoning and permitting Conduct your real estate closing --Real estate litigation lawyers To win at trial, a real estate attorney requires substantial knowledge about property laws and civil litigation, as well as an aggressive courtroom demeanor. At Colliander & Brown, P.A., we possess the focused knowledge necessary to win. --Real estate negotiators When it is in your best interest to solve a real estate dispute outside the courtroom, our effective mediators guide negotiations toward your goals. By retaining an experienced mediator to negotiate your contracts, you can avoid costly, time-consuming mistakes. --Contact tenacious New Hampshire real estate attorneys Call Colliander & Brown, P.A. at 603-319-1475 or contact us online to schedule an appointment with a real estate attorney in our Portsmouth office.

John D. Colliander

Colliander & Brown, P.A.

Practice areas
Tax law
Corporate law
Real estate law
Zoning, planning and land use

Admitted
New York, 1971
New Hampshire and Massachusetts, 1973
U.S. Tax Court, 1975

Education
Boston University, J.D.

Associations & memberships
Rockingham County, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and New York State Bar Associations

Biographical details

Instructor, Taxation, University of New Hampshire.

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