O'Hara Law Firm, PLC

O'Hara Law Firm, PLC
  • Established in 2002
  • Firm Size 2
  • Attorneys At Law
  • Peer Reviews
    4.9/5.0 (2)
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About this firm

Helping you build a strong foundation for your real estate goals

It's your land - doing what you want with it is the Virginia way. O'Hara Law Firm, PLC can help you make sure your plans are within state and local laws and ordinances.

Our attorneys know Virginia and its communities. Raised and educated in the Commonwealth, lawyers Charley O'Hara and Sara O'Hara have spent their careers working with Virginia properties and in its state's courts. Our law firm focuses on commercial and residential development, entitlement work, easements, quitclaims, transactions, creation of homeowners' associations, and other real estate law issues, as well as commercial and civil litigation and personal injury. We represent builders, developers and owners, from national publicly traded corporations to local companies to individual property owners. Each lawyer has more than 25 years of legal experience and maintains an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest marker of legal ability and ethics.

A focused practice that meets your needs

Our practice covers the full spectrum of real estate matters, including development, subdivision, entitlements, boundary line adjustments, transactions, bond release and litigation. The heart of our practice, however, is ensuring your property works for you. We liaise with the county and state governments to make sure your land can be used the way you want - whether that means subdividing lots, obtaining development permits or getting bonds released, our lawyers help you achieve your goals.

At O'Hara Law Firm, we are committed to providing personal service and individual attention to each and every client. When you contact our law firm, you deal directly with an experienced attorney from the start to the finish of your project.

Serving a range of clients and development projects

Our most common representation involves assisting builders and developers in the development of their properties, such as subdivisions and entitlements, but the breadth of our practice allows O'Hara Law Firm to serve almost any client in property law issues, transactions and litigation, including individual landowners and developers with large residential or commercial projects.

Areas of Practice (15)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Commercial Real Estate Development
  • Residential Development
  • Real Estate Development Contracts
  • Builders Contracts
  • Land Sales
  • Quiet Title
  • Easements
  • Home Owner Association Law
  • Condominium Law
  • Contractor Disputes
  • Construction Contracts
  • Business Disputes
  • Business Contracts
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Boundary Disputes

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  • 4.9/5.0 (2 reviews)
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