Axley senior housing attorneys have substantial experience counseling clients in the unique issues confronted by senior housing providers. We practice throughout Wisconsin and represent many owners and operators in the senior housing industry. Our representation encompasses numerous types of senior housing:
- Assisted living communities
- Memory care facilities
- Independent living apartments
- Continuing care retirement communities (CCRC)
- Residential care apartment complexes (RCAC)
- Skilled nursing facilities
- HUD and WHEDA financed housing
Our senior housing attorneys provide services in the following areas:
We represent our clients on regulatory compliance, facility construction, continuing care compliance, and assisted living license revocations and citation appeals before administrative agencies and administrative law judges.
Project Development and Acquisition
We counsel our clients on project development and acquisition, real estate purchases, zoning and land use planning, architectural and construction contract issues, corporate structures, management contracts, residential fee agreements, Chapter 647 continuing care contracts, leases, and payment for municipal services agreements.
Our Team members assist clients on their finance issues, including construction and permanent financing, tax-exempt financing, securities offerings tax incremental financing (TIF), low income housing tax credits, HUD insured loans, WHEDA financing and other governmental loan and grant funding programs.
We advise our clients on issues involving business and tax planning, corporate organizational documents, limited liability company and partnership formations, and joint venture agreements and partnerships between nonprofit and for-profit organizations.
Property Tax and Assessment Disputes
Our Team is skilled and experienced in representing organizations in disputes involving real estate tax exemptions and real estate assessments. We also work with our clients in preparing and submitting applications for property tax exemption.