The Rhodes Law Firm brings a decade of experience in Louisiana real estate development.
Our practice focuses on New Orleans, LA Real Estate law and all Louisiana zoning & land use with a special emphasis on State and Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentive Programs.
With a passion for real estate law and wide variety of experience, we are dedicated to your real estate success.
State and Federal Tax Credit Programs
Our Tax Credit Practice is dedicated to assisting property owners, developers and businesses in effectively utilizing state and federal tax credit incentives to reach their real estate development goals. Our boutique practice is based on years of experience in historic preservation tax credit projects and securing valuable Restoration Tax Abatement Incentives. Learn More about the State and Federal Tax Credit Programs here.
Development, Zoning & Land Use
From new construction to renovation, from commercial developments to residential properties, our firm can assist you in navigating the local, parish and state regulations such as permits and zoning & land use variances in New Orleans, LA to achieve your development goals.
Condominium & Homeowners Associations
Our firm can help create new Condominium and Homeowners Associations, represent existing associations, and assist property owners with disputes against their association. Overall, we hope to help communities live in harmony.
Construction & Contracts
Our experienced attorneys can help develop contracts to ensure projects run smoothly and on budget. In case they don’t we are also here to negotiate resolutions and litigate disputes between contractors and property owners, developers and vendors. If you have questions or run into problems during the project, we can help.
Residential and Commercial Property Owners, as well as tenants and businesses, can save time, money and future headaches by making sure their have appropriate leases. Call us for assistance with your short-term lease and long-term lease issues.
Our firm can assist with a wide variety of property law issues in New Orleans, LA including successions and clear title, boundary disputes, easements and servitudes, liens, landlord-tenant disputes and more.