The Legal Advantages of Hiring a Real Estate Attorney
Why Hire a Real Estate Attorney?
Real estate attorneys help Indiana residents with buying and selling property, but did you know they are also available to help with a variety of disputes and legal issues? Real estate attorneys are experienced in a many different matters that impact both commercial and residential property.
What happens if, after a real estate deal has been finalized, one of the parties realizes that false or misleading information was provided about the property? It may be necessary to file a lawsuit against the other party. Real estate attorneys examine the sales contract of the property, as well as any disclosures that were provided during the negotiation process. If one party was dishonest or misleading, that party may be liable for damages.
With eminent domain, a government entity takes private property to use it for public purposes. In Indiana, there are specific steps that must be followed for the government to take land from a private owner. If these steps are not followed, the property owner may be able to file a claim against the government for damages. Real estate attorneys are experienced in eminent domain procedures and ensure that property owners are fairly compensated during these matters.
Real estate attorneys are not limited to the sale or purchase of property. They may also assist business owners, landlords, and other individuals with negotiating lease terms at various rental properties. The terms of a lease have a serious impact on businesses, so it is important to have guidance during negotiations.
At Webster & Garino LLC, our attorneys are experienced in real estate law matters
Our Westfield, Indiana law firm is highly respected for our experience in real estate deals and disputes. To schedule a free consultation with our legal professionals today, call 317-565-1818.
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