Attorney Edmond Nassirzadeh is the Principal Founder of Nass Law Firm and specializes in commercial and residential real estate litigation and transactions, in addition to bankruptcy filings and litigation.
He has over 17 years of experience representing corporate and individual clients in complex transactions and/or litigation in various states, including California, Nevada, Arizona, and New York.
Mr. Nassirzadeh has handled over hundreds of millions of dollars in real estate transactions, beginning with negotiation and documentation of the Purchase and Sale Agreement, to reviewing title, overseeing the transaction through escrow, and dealing with environmental issues, tax issues, commercial lease issues, 1031 exchanges, and various other issues that arise during a transaction. He has formed and structured various entities and joint ventures for his clients to acquire the properties.
He is active in representing borrowers in complex financing transactions. He also has significant experience in the retail industry, representing the rights of tenants, landlords, and lenders.
He also represents various private lenders, helping them with everything from originating loan documents to foreclosing on the property.
As important as the acquisition process is, the exit strategy for various properties are as important and this is where Mr. Nassirzadeh’s extensive bankruptcy knowledge makes him much more effective than just the simple real estate transactional lawyer. Mr. Nassirzadeh will always have the potential exit strategy in mind before structuring the transaction and before the downturn of the market.
Mr. Nassirzadeh has numerous years of experience in the bankruptcy field. He has represented hundreds of debtors and creditors, in chapter 7, chapter 13, and chapter 11 bankruptcies, including foreclosure prevention. He also represents private lenders, secured creditors, and unsecured creditors in bankruptcy proceedings, including adversary actions for non-dischargeability, Relief from Automatic Stay Motions, and enforcing the secured creditor’s rights by foreclosing on the property.
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