Beth Trahos focuses her practice on commercial real estate development, land use, government regulation and wealth transfer planning.
Beth's experience includes handling a variety of commercial real estate developments from inception to end user sales. She focuses her practice on real estate transactions, closing and negotiating commercial real estate loans, and managing litigation having real estate, land use and commercial lending issues. She regularly represents developers, builders, property owners, and local governments in land use and municipal law matters. She regularly appears before City Councils, Planning Commissions and Boards of Adjustment to prosecute zoning cases, site plans, special use permits, subdivisions, annexations, text amendments and code interpretations. Beth is the town attorney for Rolesville, North Carolina.
Beth assists clients in drafting and implementing comprehensive estate plans with an eye toward minimizing transfer taxes, such as estate and gift taxes. Beth also assists fiduciaries, such as executors and trustees, on matters involving estate and trust administration in North Carolina and Virginia.