Coren J. Wise, Esquire

(215) 989-4530

1310 South 8th Street, Philadelphia, PA | Directions   19147

39.932502 -75.157775

Open Hours

Open 7 Days

 
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Neighborhoods: Bella Vista/ Southwark, South Philadelphia

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Reviews for Coren J. Wise, Esquire

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5.0
over a year ago

Contractor Default can be avoided – Remodeling Rules

Rule One: Develop complete plans and specifications before you start any work.

Specify everything, such as appliance and fixture make and model, size, color, construction materials, mechanical and plumbing equipment and installation requirements, prevailing code information.

When specific information is unavailable, include generic information and an allowance provision.

Rule Two: Require a stipulated sum agreement with a single contractor.

Require that the contractor give you a fixed price for the construction or remodeling.

Don’t hire multiple contractors or tradesmen. You need a single entity to be responsible for the entire job.

Rule Three: Don’t let payment to the contractor outpace the value of the completed work.

The contractor will need to be paid as the construction progresses. A workable schedule of payment should provide for a nominal sum at the time of agreement or start of work, stages of payment based on the value of the completed work, and final payment upon completion. Stage and final completion requirements should be clearly defined.

Rule Four: Don’t supply materials or fixtures.

Require the contractor to provide them. The price may appear lower if you provide them, until you become, arguably, responsible for delay or quality. If the contractor installs your item with hidden damage, such as a jetted tub or kitchen appliance, you may not have a reasonable expectation of repair or replacement at the contractor’s expense. If a delivery is delayed, whose responsibility is it to do the due diligenge necessary to track it down? If lumber dissappears, who's problem will it be? Your contractor, as a professional is the most able to deal with jobsite management, losses or mistakes. After all, it's what the contractor does. Put the risk on the contractor, that's what you pay for.

Rule Five: Maintain a businesslike relationship with the contractor.

Always make a paper trail. Document payments, changes and progress. Require proof of insurance. Require that the contractor apply for and obtain all building permits, and pay all permit fees.

Rule Six: Don’t hire friends or family if it will keep you from following any of the first five rules.

Look for PlansNSpecsDOTcom online.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Knowledgeable and Personable Lawyer: small business owner is thrilled! – I'm a small business owner just getting started and had a lot of questions about how to incorporate and how to protect my ideas and work. Mr. Wise was very patient and answered all my questions clearly during consultation. He is also representing my business through a zoning variance I need for my new space. He is relaxed, which makes me feel comfortable, but also very knowledgeable and professional. I highly recommend him to others that need guidance and support when opening and sustaining their business.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Personalized service, Anticipates my needs, Conscientious of budget – I consulted with Wise Law Offices on an easement issue and realized that I needed to take my small Real Estate Development company to the next level. I have chosen to let Wise handle my corporate affairs on an a-la-carte basis. Small Businesses need a no-nonsense, efficient, budget-conscious, and experienced counsel, and this firm is all of this and more. One of Philly's best. Wise Law Offices is highly recommended.

Recommends
over a year ago

Editorial Review – Wise Law Offices offers a variety of legal services in Philadelphia including land use/zoning matters, divorce and family law and more.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Corey Wise on your side in the Courtroom. – I would never want to walk into a court room without Corey Wise. He knows where to go, what to do and who to see. Mr. Wise wastes no time getting the job done. I' m glad he was by my side when I needed legal representation. No doubt he deserves the 5 stars!!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Professional, competent and compassionate. – Convenient location. Met me any time I needed. Affordable rates. Professional representation. Highly recommended. Will use them again.

 

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