Chris has a comprehensive understanding of real estate law, having grown up in a family real estate development business that has developed in the Treasure Valley for more than 30 years. Chris also has extensive experience in handling land use issues on both the applicant and municipal sides of the process. This experience gives Chris unique insight and ability in finding creative and effective ways to get applications approved. Chris has represented buyers and sellers, developers, investors, property owners and tenants. He has worked with clients in a wide-range of real estate challenges including purchase and sale agreements, landlord-tenant disputes, land use and entitlement applications, easements, contract disputes, mediation and dispute resolution, eminent domain issues, property management, homeowner’s associations (including drafting CC&Rs), land development, liens, planned unit developments, residential real estate development, planning, zoning and land use.