Real Estate Law is Complicated
Most people have been involved in a real estate transaction of some sort but may not realize how intricate real estate law can be. From chains of title and foreclosures to boundary disputes, easements and contracts to purchase, much of real estate law still relies on principles that date back centuries.
Hiring an Attorney Can Protect You
In many transactions, an attorney’s involvement may not be obvious. For example, when parties work primarily with a real estate agent and a title company on a home purchase, an attorney is always at work behind the scenes. However, it is important to note that the attorney is not representing either party. To ensure legal protection of your own interests, consultation with a knowledgeable attorney is always recommended.
Anyone trying to manage a real estate transaction without a good attorney is working at a disadvantage. Further, each state has different nuances and twists on how real estate laws are written or applied. So many people try to handle real estate issues on their own, relying on internet templates. But, because of the intricacies of real estate law, the absence of a key phrase or an overlooked flaw in a legal description can have far-reaching and long-term consequences.
For a Cincinnati real estate attorney well-versed in complex, technical, high-value investments, consider Rollman, Handorf & Conyers, LLC. Don’t overlook this critical step in your real estate transaction. Call 513-300-4882 or send us an email for more information.
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