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Allen Law, P.A. represents individuals seeking advice and representation in real estate legal matters. This area covers issues relating to the purchase, sale, ownership, and rental of real property.
Allen Law, P.A. provides legal advice in preparing or reviewing documents, such as mortgages, promissory notes, warranty deeds, quit claim deeds, easements, and other transactional documents. It is recommended that an attorney review the contract for the sale of property, ensuring that any contingencies that may exist will allow the person to obtain a refund of their earnest money deposit, if he or she is unable to obtain financing. When executing a mortgage, individuals must keep in mind that the terms of a mortgage will govern their obligations to the lender for a period of about 30 years. It is important to know whether the interest rate on the mortgage is fixed, variable, or whether it is a balloon mortgage, which may cause a borrower to default in the future. Many of the closing documents involve completion of pre-printed forms, but the details of a particular transaction may need to be amended in order to protect the buyer or seller. Allen Law, P.A. can also negotiate on behalf of sellers or buyers in real property transactions. Please contact us for a free* initial consultation.
When a person signs a contract of sale of property, it becomes a legally binding document which governs the process from the initial offer and acceptance through the closing. However, situations may arise where either party may breach the contract. Allen Law, P.A. provides representation to individuals seeking pre-litigation remedies. If formal demands do not provide the desired remedy, a lawsuit will be filed to enforce any judicial remedies that are available to the party in the given situation. There may be remedies available to the buyer, which are not available to the seller, and vice versa. A free* initial consultation will allow you to meet with an attorney to discuss your individual case and determine whether you would benefit from legal representation.
If there is a dispute as to the ownership of a particular property, Allen Law, P.A. can file a quiet title action to determine the correct ownership of the property and to clear the title. In addition, some properties may have judgment liens or second mortgages which may have been paid, but have not been legally removed from the property via a proper satisfaction. A buyer of a property will seek removal of all judgment liens, and this will usually occur prior to the sale of a property. A quiet title action serves as a common method to remove liens and other encumbrances. Allen Law, P.A. provides representation to individuals seeking to remove liens or file satisfaction of mortgages to clear the title of the property in order to make the title marketable.