Limited Partnerships and Joint Ventures

Businesses are looking to structure their affairs to minimize risk and maximize their tax planning opportunities.

Working with tax advisors, we have set up many different business structures to assist clients in the co-ownership and development of commercial real estate, including limited partnerships, joint ventures, and trusts.

Timing is key to the effective implementation of most business plans. A key component in the set up of a LP or JV is an early conference discussion between the parties and their accountants to review goals and objectives of the parties and the completed project.

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