Real Estate Law

Park & Caporrino, LLC. provides legal representation regarding various real estate transactions and matters, including:
  • Contract and Lease Review and representation
  • Selling and Buying Commercial and Residential Property
  • Drafting Deeds, Buy/Sell Agreements, Leases, Contracts, Assignments, and Lien Documents
  • Easement and Access Issues
  • Homeowner’s Association Issues
  • Real Estate Agent and Management Issues
  • Evictions
  • Litigation (including Partition, Adverse Possession, Easements, Breach Of Contract, etc.)



We represent both landlords and tenant in residential and commercial lease settings. We recognize the problems and pitfalls in residential or commercial leases by knowing the relevant law, and we can guide you on how to implement proper procedures and lease language that can significantly reduce the risk of liability.

Leasing. A good residential landlord and tenant relationship begins with providing a problem-free rental unit and selecting good tenants to occupy it. Our attorneys offer straightforward advice on how to:

  • Effectively screen prospective tenants
  • Ensure that the rental unit complies with local ordinances, disability laws, bankruptcy restrictions, and public housing requirements
  • Draft iron-clad and enforceable leases for both residential and commercial tenancies for landlords and tenants
  • Legally terminate a tenancy When it is necessary to terminate a landlord and tenant relationship, knowing the law and the appropriate method and the legal basis for termination will ensure that the process is fair, effective and takes no longer than required. We assist both landlords and tenants:
  • Understand the different notices required for terminating a tenancy
  • Defend against retaliatory or improper evictions
  • Go to court prepared, ably represented by an attorney
  • Identify all of your possible claims and defenses
  • Obtain the best possible result in the shortest time


Post-Tenancy Relief. After move-out, both the tenant and landlord have obligations. Our attorneys can help you:

  • Recognize the difference between “damages” and “ordinary wear and tear”
  • Lawfully dispose of the security deposit, or make a claim for its return
  • Collect unpaid rent and damages

If you need help with any of these issues, don’t hesitate to contact us today at (201) 242-9666 to discuss your case with an experienced attorney and learn more about what we can do for you.