For many people, their home or land is their biggest asset. In addition to having financial importance, land is often passed from generation to generation, holding even greater personal value. If you are buying or selling real estate, you should not rely on a non-lawyer to draft your contract. Remember, the form contract used by most realtors is a contract designed by realtors to benefit and protect realtors, not buyers or sellers. An attorney can help protect your interests by drafting and including additional contract provisions, such as unique contingency, inspection, and warranty provisions.
If you are a landowner, you may be disputing a boundary line, easement, or roadway and can’t resolve the issue outside of court. Similar conflicts often arise among joint landowners, who may need a partition, or single landowners, who may need to quiet a title because of a cloud on the title due to an old mortgage or judgment. Property law is complex, involving many rules, exceptions, and exceptions to the exception. When it comes to your home, business, investments, and family history, you can’t afford to have an inexperienced attorney. We understand that filing a lawsuit against a neighbor is probably the last thing that you want to do. However, if a case needs to be filed, we file it. If a case cannot be resolved without a trial, we get it set and try it.
If you have additional questions about real estate, call or come visit the real estate attorneys at the Paul Law Firm. Consultations are always free!