PENSACOLA REAL ESTATE ATTORNEY
David A. Sapp
I've been providing effective legal services for over 41 years. I have assisted clients in the buying and selling of real estate throughout Northwest Florida, including communities located in Escambia County and Santa Rosa County, Florida.
Contact my office at 850-475-0500. We will talk over your circumstances and decide on a strategy that suits your situation.
- Residential and commercial closings (representing buyer or seller)
- Title examinations
Corporate and Business Law
I also have long practiced in the areas of corporate and business law, representing a wide variety of small businesses and major corporations. Among the services offered in these areas are:
- Formation of various business entities, including joint ventures, partnerships, limited partnerships, corporations, limited liability companies, and professional associations
- Business sales and acquisitions
- Negotiation and drafting of employment agreements, non-competition agreements, buy-sell agreements, and similar agreements
- Business counseling
At David A. Sapp, Attorney at Law, PLLC, I am committed to addressing and fulfilling the legal needs of each and every client. I recognize that each client is unique, and their legal needs are of utmost importance to that particular client. I believe that meeting these needs in a professional, efficient and competent manner is the most important factor in the legal representation of my clients.
To schedule an appointment with an experienced real estate lawyer, call the law office of David A. Sapp, Attorney at Law, PLLC at 850-475-0500.
David A. Sapp, Attorney at Law, PLLC represents clients in Escambia County & Santa Rosa County, Florida.
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