Real Estate Attorney Chesterfield MO
Real estate covers a broad area of the law, but most individuals who seek out the services of a real estate lawyer are engaged in real estate transactions. Purchasing or selling real property is a serious endeavor, and a real estate lawyer can help you deal with real estate brokers, real estate agents, and insurance companies. Mark Harford can help you with every aspect of your real estate transaction.
The Types of Cases We Handle Every Day
We work on many different types of cases. The following are some of the most common subject areas related to our current real estate cases:
- Real estate tax problems
- Purchasing and selling real property
- Forming a joint venture
- Securitized lending
- Real estate commercial litigation
- Lease agreements
This is not an exhaustive list of the types of cases we take on. However, these are some of the most common topics across all the cases we handle each year.
The Clients We Serve
Real estate attorneys often work with entities such as corporations, LLCs, and limited partnerships. The following are some of the types of clients that retain Mark Harford Law:
- Financial institutions
- Real estate developers
- Real estate investors
- Real estate brokers
- Real estate salespeople
It is important that prospective clients feel comfortable reaching out to a real estate lawyer even if they do not have any experience with real estate law. We help clients who are unfamiliar with real estate transactions as well as clients who work in the real estate industry.
The Benefits of Retaining a Real Estate Lawyer
Retaining a real estate lawyer will enable you to take advantage of attorney-client privilege and attorney-client confidentiality. Your communications with your real estate lawyer will be protected, and you can develop an effective case strategy if you are embroiled in litigation. No matter what legal issues you are dealing with at the moment, you can benefit from keeping the information you share with your real estate attorney private.
Do Not Risk Losing Your Real Estate Investment
You may be a developer or a lender who is threatened with litigation. Also, you may be a homeowner who is at risk of suffering a foreclosure. Do not risk losing your real estate investment. Reaching out to a real estate attorney will enable you to learn how you can enforce your legal rights.
You may believe it is best to represent yourself in a legal matter involving real estate. However, it can be difficult to deal with opposing counsel if you are unaware of the mechanics of civil procedure and evidence law. You may not understand how to file a complaint or participate during hearings. Judges may also become impatient if you delay the proceedings and create confusion in the courtroom.
Contact Law Office of Mark Harford Today to Schedule a Free Consultation
Contact Mark Harford Law today to schedule a free consultation during which we can discuss the facts of your case. We have years of experience representing clients in real estate cases. Our attorneys can help you understand the legal options available to you.