The law involving real estate can be complicated and confusing. Whether you are purchasing a home, leasing new space for your business, having a dispute with your neighbor about where your property line actually runs or facing any number of other issues involving property, having a lawyer representing your interests is usually a good idea. While many purchase agreements, leases, deeds and other documents affecting real property look standard, the fact is that there are a host of issues that “standard” documents don’t always successfully address. In an effort to save money and maybe time, many parties to real estate transactions try to drive the square peg into a decidedly round hole. Because it’s your home, your cabin, your business, your investment property, you need to be sure that the documents accurately reflect the terms of your agreement, that you are adequately protected when the transaction is closed and that you understand the details and risks.
Livgard & Lloyd attorneys have extensive experience in the following areas of real estate practice:
- Drafting and review of commercial and residential leases;
- Advising buyers and sellers on the purchase and sale of residential properties;
- The conveyance of real property;
- Transfer on death deeds;
- Quiet title actions;
- The drafting, filing, and foreclosing of mechanic’s liens;
- Litigating real estate disputes.