Paul Skrickus, attorney with Liff, Walsh  &  Simmons, explains how you may be able to use transfer exemptions to reorganize your property investment portfolio in a cost-effective way. We offer creative, cost saving solutions on how best to review and reorganize your portfolio and cost-effectively mitigate your liability moving forward.



About Liff, Walsh & Simmons

Liff, Walsh & Simmons is a full-service business law firm serving the legal needs of small businesses and privately held companies, their owners and operators, and individuals throughout their business and family life cycles.  From helping entrepreneurs bring their business visions to market, to representing middle-market companies in business transactions and disputes, to preserving the wealth that a family business has worked so hard to earn, we take pride in providing value-driven solutions and great results.  Our responsive service is focused on general and transactional business advice, commercial and civil litigation, real estate, land use, finance, and estate planning and administration.


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Paul Skrickus

Paul Skrickus

Paul is an Associate with Liff, Walsh & Simmons and a member of the firm’s Real Estate, Commercial Finance, and Business Law Practice Groups. In his real estate transactions practice, he routinely assists clients in every phase of the real estate sale and acquisition process, including drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements, commercial and residential leases, and deeds, as well as counseling clients through their diligence and inspection. As part of Paul’s Commercial Finance practice, he counsels clients on either side of commercial loans by structuring, drafting, and negotiating loan documents for both term and lines-of-credit that are real estate and asset based. Paul also represents business clients in matters including entity selection, formation, governance, mergers, acquisitions and employment.

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