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January 2023

Find the Answers You Need From a Real Estate Lawyer

By Real Estate

When it comes to buying or selling your house, you need a trusted team to answer all of your questions

Real Estate Law: Get Advice Tailored to You

Buying and selling property can be complicated, and you want to make sure you have the right legal help. Our real estate lawyers provide you with the answers you need to make the right decisions. With experience in all areas of real estate law, our lawyers are here to help you navigate the complexities of property law.

Affordable Fees, Transparent Pricing

At our firm, you never need to worry about hidden fees or surprise charges. We provide transparent pricing and affordable fees so you can make decisions with confidence. Most of our prices are available on our website, and if our fees are going to fall outside of that, we’ll let you know as soon as we can. Our lawyers will take the time to explain the process and answer all of your questions in plain language, so you can make informed decisions.

Get the Answers You Need Now

Don’t wait until after you’ve bought or sold your property to get the help you need. Our real estate lawyers are here to assist you with your property law questions and provide you with the advice you need to make the best decisions when dealing with your largest asset.

Give us a call to get the answers you need from your real estate team

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Don’t be afraid of a Power of Attorney

By Estates, Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney Gives You the Control You Need

What is a Power of Attorney?

A power of attorney is a legal document that grants another person control of your finances, property, and medical decisions in the event that you are incapacitated. It allows you to appoint someone you trust to make important decisions for you and act in your best interest.

What Rights Will I Lose?

When you sign a power of attorney, you will not lose any of your rights or responsibilities. You are still in charge of your affairs and will retain all decision-making power. Your appointed person will only act when you are unable to do so or when you want them to.

Who Should I Appoint?

The person you appoint should be someone you trust to make decisions in your best interests. It is important to make sure they are aware of and understand your wishes, and that they are reliable and trustworthy.

We’re always happy to answer questions about estate plans and powers of attorney. Give us a call and we’ll chat.

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