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Rhode Island Real Estate Lawyer

At Gilstein, Kinder & Levin, LLP, we represent individuals and businesses in a variety of real estate issues. Our real estate attorneys have a thorough understanding of real estate sales, purchases, leases and subleases, as well as legal issues confronting property owners as a result of claims of an easement or adverse possession. We also represent property owners in court, at arbitration hearings, and before municipal and State agencies.

We provide experienced advice and effective representation in the following areas:

  • Adverse possession.
  • Boundary disputes.
  • Commercial closings.
  • Commercial property evictions.
  • Commercial real estate litigation.
  • Condominium development.
  • Condominium disputes.
  • Conservation easements.
  • Easements.
  • Historic preservation.
  • Land use and zoning.
  • Leases.
  • Mechanic's liens.
  • Mortgages and foreclosures.
  • Purchase and sale agreements.
  • Restrictive covenants.
  • Residential real estate litigation.
  • SBA loans.
  • Slander of title.
  • Spite fences.
  • Subleases.
  • Tax abatement hearings and appeals.
  • Title defects.
  • Zoning hearings and appeals.

The lawyers of Gilstein, Kinder & Levin, LLP provide sophisticated legal counsel and litigation services in all facets of real estate law. Clients trust our valued counsel and our reputation for success.

To speak directly with one of our experienced Rhode Island real estate attorneys, please call 401-751-1500. You may also contact us online.

Office Location

Gilstein, Kinder & Levin, LLP

Main Office Address
300 Metro Center Blvd.
Suite 150A
Warwick, RI 02886
Phone: 401-751-1500
Facsimile: 401-739-1932
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Additional Addresses
155 S. Main Street 
Suite 304
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: 401-751-1500
Facsimile: 401-751-4124
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500 Hope St.
Bristol, RI 02809
Phone: 401-751-1500
Facsimile: 401-751-4124
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