As one of the oldest law firms in the Charlotte metropolitan area, their business culture is committed to providing the best value, the highest level of personal service and the sharpest legal advice to their clients. Since their first client in 1932, their vision has long been to grow their practice groups with focused experience in these core areas of the law.
Horack Talley’s practice groups include community associations, corporate, family law, litigation, real estate and personal wealth services. Their vision has long been to grow targeted practice groups with concentrations in these core areas of the law. The collaborative culture of all practice groups at Horack Talley assures their clients of a balanced and highly skilled legal team tailored to your needs.
Commercial Real Estate
Horack Talley is a long-time leader in commercial real estate law. Their firm has a depth of knowledge, experience and talent in virtually every kind of real estate project. They routinely work with developers, lenders, buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, borrowers and investors.
For more than 80 years, they have been involved in the acquisition, financing, development, leasing and sale of the complete spectrum of multifamily and commercial projects.
Their lawyers anticipate and identify problems so that clients save money and complete their projects on schedule. Having lawyers who are detail-driven and industry experienced, yet practical and proactive, could not be more important.
Associations turn to Horack Talley for guidance on every aspect of condominium and community association law. From their office in uptown Charlotte, they represent more than 700 communities across North Carolina and South Carolina, helping to facilitate claim of liens, foreclosure actions and/or the timely collection of delinquent dues, and support strong community association management. They work with property management firms and associations that are self-managed. Their services include the entire spectrum of community association law.
Their lawyers have handled commercial transactions for clients of all sizes throughout most industries. They have the experience to guide entrepreneurs, companies and major corporations through every legal need they are likely to encounter, from routine issues to highly complex transactions.
For new companies, their representation begins with the process of entity selection and formation. Well versed in many aspects of business law, they help their clients work through the tax and other legal differences between various forms of entities, such as corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships, and help form the chosen business entity.
Mature and growing businesses seek the assistance of their corporate attorneys as their legal needs become more complex, or as they are about to undertake a particularly significant transaction.
Horack Talley has one of the largest groups of family lawyers in North Carolina. Their family lawyers are among the best known and most respected in the state. They regularly receive referrals from other lawyers and honors from their peers in Super Lawyers Magazine, The Best Lawyers in America®, Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite and other outlets.
Their family lawyers practice family law exclusively. Seven members of their team have been certified as Family Law Specialists by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. Four are Fellows in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML), an invitation-only organization comprised of elite family lawyers throughout the United States.
They are client-centered, results-oriented litigators who don’t shy away from challenging cases, whether they involve a conflict between you and your competitor, a customer, a former employee or even your own business partner. They are well-versed in handling high-stakes litigation, and their clients range from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.
When litigation is unavoidable, you can depend upon Horack Talley’s team of litigators, paralegals and support staff to aggressively protect your interests while minimizing disruption to your operations and bottom line. They begin by discussing your goals and work together to develop a roadmap to accomplish them. They cover the risks, benefits, and costs associated with their proposed course of action.