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Huddleston Law Offices, PLLC
Brian Huddleston has extensive experience representing commercial and residential landlords and tenants, borrowers and others, regarding lease disputes, evictions, foreclosures, partitions, quiet title, partnership disputes, and other troubled real estate matters.
He has handled buyouts, deed in lieu transactions, probate and trustee sales, receivership, and loan modifications. Brian has negotiated and closed many substantial real estate transactions, and has also provided opinion letters as borrower’s counsel.
He has extensive experience negotiating long term ground leases and sales of leasehold estates at the Port of Catoosa and the Tulsa Airport. Negotiating commercial leases for both landlords and tenants, and handling apartment purchases, sales, and financing are a significant part of Brian’s practice.
Why hire Brian Huddleston?
Responsiveness and Quality
Large law firms are notorious for poor customer service. Studies consistently reveal that attorneys at large law firms do not promptly return phone calls or answer client questions. Brian Huddleston has the training and experience of a large firm lawyer, but the personal client service of a small business. In other words, as a client of Brian’s, you get the best of both worlds.
Lower Cost and Higher Efficiency
Large law firms provide their lawyers with great salaries, many benefits, and many perks. All that comes at a high price, which is passed along to clients in the form of high hourly rates. Huddleston Law Offices does not have all the high overhead of a large firm, so the result is lower rates to the client for the same high quality legal work.
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What Our Clients Say
When I started my business, the first thing I did was look for a good lawyer. When I met with Brian, I knew I was in good hands.
He patiently explained everything we needed to set up our LLC.
He helped me to create contracts for our customers that were mutually beneficial and protected both parties.
Brian really went above and beyond. I would recommend him to anyone, and in fact, I’ve referred several of my clients to him since.
– Jonathan Cox
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