Paul M. Elias
Member ofDentistry Group
Bittiger Elias Triolo & Diehl is a law firm dedicated to providing clients results-driven advocacy. Our mission is to bridge the gap between our clients’ goals and the legal system. We make our clients’ priorities, our priorities by approaching every case in a collaborative way with our clients through every step in the process. Applying this approach and philosophy has generated consistent success in achieving client-driven results.
Paul leads his firm in the areas of healthcare transitions, business acquisitions and sales, commercial transactions and property tax. These areas of practice include and focus on the representation of healthcare providers in their purchase or sale of practices, establishment of new practices, formation and structuring of partnerships, negotiation of lease agreements, and acquisition and sale of real estate.
Paul has become a leader in the healthcare transition industry. The depth of his experience is extensive, and his understanding and knowledge of the industry, and other professionals that serve in the industry, provides his clients with valuable advantages throughout the entire process. Paul’s clients include dentists, optometrists, veterinarians, medical doctors, and various other healthcare professionals, with a strong concentration in dental and optometry.
Paul’s extensive experience with real estate, and all varieties of real estate transactions, allows his firm to represent its clients in all aspects of a business transaction. Paul routinely represents clients in the acquisition and leasing of all types of real estate including commercial buildings, office buildings, condominiums, cooperative units, and mixed-use properties. This representation often pairs with the purchase or sale of a professional practice or other business, leading to efficient and cohesive representation in every deal.
Paul’s philosophy is to earn the trust of his clients, build long term relationships, and serve as a valuable resource. This is demonstrated in all aspects of his representation.