Real estate transactions and real estate finance. Few firms boast more experience and expertise in conservation and historic preservation law than Pregmon Law Offices.Attorney
Lauren Pregmon Tetreault joined Pregmon Law in 2000 after two years working as an associate at the Atlanta, Georgia-based law firm Parker, Hudson, Rainer & Dobbs. Pregmon Tetreault worked in Parker, Hudson, Rainer & Dobbs’ real estate department and now brings that expertise area to Pregmon Law. A member of the Georgia, Pennsylvania and Montgomery county bar associations, Pregmon also serves as a board member for Save Historic Dolington in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. A 1996 of Kenyon College, Pregmon Tetreault earned her law degree from Wake Forest University.
Pregmon Law Offices has prepared easements for a thousand conservation projects and represented both landowners and holders.
Carbon Rights and Assignment of Carbon Credit Sale Proceeds: Providing Conservation Easement Holders the Potential to Receive Carbon-Related Benefits
The possibility of granting carbon rights to the easement holder may be considered during the development of a conservation easement. This presents substantial complexity that can be avoided by ins...