To open a treatment facility or to provide housing to your clients, the first stop is real estate. Where are you going to be able to provide the treatment services? Where are you going to house your clients? Are you buying, or leasing? What does the local government say about the use of your property? Is the title to ownership of the property clear, or are their problems due to the age of the structure? Navigating the interaction of real estate contracts and regulated licensed treatment can be overwhelming to many. This may be the most important aspect of your business planning. Hiring experienced real estate attorneys and paralegals who are keenly aware of the regulations governing the use of property for treatment and housing is an investment that will pay dividends. Sober Zone Law’s Real Estate Practice Group will guide you through this process including title insurance and closing to ensure you can focus on your clients and leave the business details to us.