Residential Real Estate Lawyer

Find Residential Real Estate Attorneys in the USA.

Wethersfield Personal Injury Lawyer

433 Silas Deane Highway, Wethersfield, CT, Wethersfield 06109

East Setauket Elder Law Lawyer

12 Research Way, East Setauket, East Setauket 11733

Elgin Residential Real Estate Lawyer

3061 Bridgeham Street, Elgin 60124

Denville Divorce and Separation Lawyer

104 Broadway #3B, Denville, NJ, USA, Denville 07834

Corpus Christi Residential Real Estate Lawyer

921 N. Chaparral Suite 100, Corpus Christi 78401

Westport Elder Law Lawyer

1105 State Road, Westport, MA, Westport 02790

Colorado Springs Divorce and Separation Lawyer

2975 Broadmoor Valley Road, Suite 204, Colorado Springs 80906

San Antonio Residential Real Estate Lawyer

Law Office of R Scott Carlyon & Associates, PO Box 790286, San Antonio TX 78279

Denison Residential Real Estate Lawyer

1804 W Hull St, Denison TX 75020

Kerrville Residential Real Estate Lawyer

Pattillo Richards, PC, 280 Thompson Dr, Kerrville TX 78028

Houston Residential Real Estate Lawyer

Roberts Markel Weinberg Butler Hailey PC, 2800 Post Oak Blvd Fl 57, Houston TX 77056

New Braunfels Residential Real Estate Lawyer

Kristen Quinney Porter, LLC, PO Box 312643, New Braunfels TX 78131

Dallas Residential Real Estate Lawyer

Shupe Ventura, PLLC, 9406 Biscayne Blvd, Dallas TX 75218

Dallas Residential Real Estate Lawyer

PeirsonPatterson, LLP, 4400 Alpha Rd, Dallas TX 75244

Tyler Residential Real Estate Lawyer

100 E Ferguson St Ste 901, Tyler TX 75702

Houston Residential Real Estate Lawyer

Barsalou & Associates PLLC, 4635 Southwest Fwy Ste 580, Houston TX 77027

Addison Residential Real Estate Lawyer

Barrett Daffin Frappier Turner & Engel LLP, 15000 Surveyor Blvd, Addison TX 75001

San Angelo Residential Real Estate Lawyer

610 S Abe St Ste C, San Angelo TX 76903

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Can you be removed from a deed without your consent?

In general, a person cannot be removed from a deed without his or her consent and signature on a deed. Absent legal action with a court order, such as a foreclosure or a partition action, the only way an owner’s interest in real property can be transferred is by a properly executed, acknowledged and recorded deed conveying that owner’s interest to a new party. If two or more people own real property jointly as tenants in common, a co-owner is unable to remove the other co-owner by executing a new deed – a person can only convey what they own. A title company will search all transfers to certify the record owners and those with an interest in the property will be required to execute the deed to the purchaser. Continue reading →

What are the Different Kinds of Deeds?

A deed is a legal document used to convey title to real property. There are different types of deeds that may be used depending upon the circumstances of the transfer. It is always best to consult an experienced real estate attorney who can prepare and advise which type of deed should be used to meet your specific needs. Continue reading →

What is the Role of an Attorney in a Real Estate Closing?

A “closing” in legal lingo is the final step in a real estate transaction. A real estate closing is when the purchaser obtains title to the property, evidenced by a deed from the seller to the purchaser or stock in a cooperative apartment. Simultaneously, the seller obtains the net proceeds from the sale. This event is usually attended by the seller, purchaser, their respective attorneys, the title closer, the bank attorney (if the purchaser has obtained financing) and the real estate agents. Continue reading →

Basic Steps in a Residential Real Estate Transaction

Selling or purchasing real property can be one of the most significant transactions in your life. The information below is a general guide to the basic steps in a residential real estate transaction. Complex issues may arise during a sale, so you should retain an experienced real estate attorney to represent you. Continue reading →

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