Real Estate Law

Land Use & Zoning

The attorneys at Welts, White & Fontaine will work tirelessly to help you resolve your land use problems. Our lawyers can assist you in the planning and zoning process whether it involves a special exception for a home occupation, re-zoning for a retail development or land use permits for a residential golf course community. We will assist you through the process, develop documents and carry out the transactions required by your exit strategy.

We have credibility with planning boards and zoning boards and we have local knowledge regarding land development issues. At Welts, White & Fontaine, our skilled lawyers are a trusted resource. We have in-depth knowledge and understanding of the land use regulations in all of the cities and towns in Southern New Hampshire. We have the respect of the planning boards and zoning boards. We can help with your real estate development problems.

We will listen carefully to your needs, and we will use our experience to draft easements, restrictions and covenants that will meet your development goals. Whether it is a condominium documents or a development agreement for a mixed use commercial project, we can help.

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The Law Offices of Welts, White & Fontaine, P.C.
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