Rich Abram’s practice is primarily concentrated in commercial real estate transactions focusing on various aspects of lender and developer representation. Areas of practice include all aspects of property acquisitions and dispositions, representation of Mitigation Bankers related to stream and wetland restoration and preservation ventures, land banking transactions, raw land development, homebuilder representation, title practice, formation of companies connected with property acquisitions and the closing of a wide variety of construction, commercial and development loans on behalf of investors and institutional lenders.
Rich resides in Dunwoody, with his wife, son and daughter (when home from college) and two dogs. When away from work, Rich enjoys family time, exercise, reading, music and college football.
Admitted to bar, 1986, Georgia, 1987, Ohio. Bar Associations: Georgia State Bar Association, Real Estate Section; Ohio State Bar Association; American Bar Association, Real Estate Section, Georgia Environmental Restoration Association.
B.S., Natural Resources, Ohio State University, 1983; J.D., Cleveland State University, 1986.
(678) 736-5701 (phone)