"Our clients credit our deep expertise in eminent domain and real estate as a reason we’re the preferred legal choice for the business and real estate community."



"Our professional track record demonstrates that we get it right the first time for every commercial real estate transaction, lease or foreclosure."



"We’re business-oriented problem solvers who consistently deliver exceptional value, insights and results for our clients."


Single-Source for Commercial Real Estate Law

You'll find the most comprehensive commercial real estate legal services at Pursley Friese Torgrimson. We advise businesses and real property owners on legal challenges involving condemnation/eminent domain, leasing/acquisitions/dispositions, zoning/land use in Georgia and across the United States. Contact our commercial real estate legal team or call us at 404.876.4880 to discuss your commercial real estate needs.


August 15, 2018 |

Stephanie Friese Discusses Working Parents in Daily Report

In an article published on August 15, 2018 by the Daily Report, founding and managing partner Stephanie Friese shares how Pursley Friese Torgrimson’s “bring your child to work every day” policy directly addresses family-related stress. The firm encourages all employees—male or female, attorney or staff—to bring their children to work every day, where a shared nanny cares for the children in a dedicated space just steps away from employees’ offices. “This policy empowers our employees to both build a successful career and stay connected with family, and we are able to deliver superior legal work as result,” Friese said. Subscribers may view the article...

August 13, 2018 |

Julie Sellers Discusses Strategic Methods to Navigate Zoning for Self-Storage Facilities

In an article published in the September 2018 issue of Inside Self-Storage, partner Julie Sellers offers tactical guidance for self-storage facility owners and developers to successfully navigate the demanding zoning approval process. Owners and builders can renew their strategic approach with local governments and neighbors who may oppose storage uses. “By paying attention to zoning-code interpretation, design and education, they can successfully navigate the maze of challenges and deliver new facilities to the market,” Sellers advised. Read more...

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