Foulston Siefkin LLP
For each client, Ms. Voth puts to work her experience and knowledge from focusing her law practice for 16 years on real estate, and 11 of those years also on the wind industry. Trish is driven to deliver efficient valuable advice by pairing her solid understanding of real estate or wind industry common practices and recent trends, with strong legal and risk-analysis expertise, to achieve legal solutions and results toward each client’s business, investment or personal goals. Her favorite part of practicing law? The relationships and trust she maintains with clients as part of their success team.
Ms. Voth heads up the firm’s wind energy practice, co-leads the firm's real estate practice, co-chairs our associates committee, and is a member of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers.
Trish's wind energy practice has involved at least 23 different wind energy projects -- sometimes as developer's counsel, other times as landowner's counsel, so that her work for clients is built on experience of issues from both angles. Wind energy projects are large-scale sophisticated real estate developments, with many project real estate documents, plus permitting, regulatory, tax, power transmission and sale, and financing aspects.
Clients with commercial real estate interests benefit from Trish's extensive track record supporting clients in mergers and acquisitions both as sellers and acquirers, as developers of commercial sites and larger mixed-use projects, representing both landlords and tenants in commercial leasing, and assisting with commercial property financing and local counsel opinions. Trish draws from her involvement with real estate issues, practices and trends in many sectors: hospitality, medical, restaurant, office, industrial, manufacturing, retail, agricultural and recreational. She also supports clients in matters involving a wide range of project real estate documents, plus complimentary law practice areas, including: oil and gas, environmental, construction, eviction, creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, statutory liens, water law, health care, like-kind and tax-deferred exchanges, zoning and land use, eminent domain, property tax exemption, and corporate/entity agricultural land ownership restrictions.