Greenville Law Firm | Tax Attorneys and Real Estate Services Greenville
- April 29, 2010
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RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE CLOSINGS
We handle all types of residential closings. When choosing an attorney to handle one of the largest and most important purchases of your life, you need to be sure your attorney places the same importance on the transaction that you do. We know how important this purchase is for you and we make every effort to be sure that it moves forward to conclusion in a timely and efficient manner, from the title search to the signing of the last document.
COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE CLOSINGS
We can direct to a successful conclusion any commercial real estate deal from that new business on Main Street to to move to larger facilities due to business growth. We make sure all the governmental regulations and guidelines are followed so you can rest easy.
COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL LEASES
Whether you are the lessor or lessee, we can represent your interests and ensure that your interests are protected and that you are fully aware of every term in the lease and its meaning and ramifications.
BOND FOR TITLE
If you are currently purchasing or thinking about purchasing or selling land using a Bond For Title, please call us to discuss the pros and cons of this type of real estate transaction.
A Partition lawsuit is used to force the separation of title between or among land owners. It is needed when one or more wants to sell and others don’t, or when the joint owners cannot decide on a price. Pursuant to law, if the judge grants the partition, the land must be divided onto parcels, one for each owner. If this is not feasible, the land will be sold and the proceeds divided.