Real Estate Lawyer Clarkesville

Real estate transactions are complicated. While buying a home or piece of property may seem like a very cut-and-dry deal, there are many factors that come into play that must be legally addressed. Our full-service real estate law firm is here to help you with all of your real estate legal needs.

Residential Transactions

When you buy a home, whether it is your first or your tenth, you need to be sure that the purchase is sound. You want to know if the contract for purchase is legal, and you will need to ensure that all aspects of the contract are correct. People looking for North Georgia real estate need to contact our firm to have their purchase contracts reviewed prior to signing.

Your home will be one of your biggest assets. You do not want to purchase a home only to find out later that there are issues with the title to the property or clauses in the contract that could cause you to lose your property. We will do everything legally necessary to make sure that the home you are about to purchase has a good and marketable title.

Commercial Real Estate Law Firm Clarkesville, Georgia

We offer many additional services to North Georgia individuals and companies seeking to purchase or sell commercial real estate. These types of transactions often involve large sums of money and we have dedicated attorneys who specialize in this specific area of law.

Our Law Firm Offers Many Additional Real Estate Related Services

Once your home has been purchased, it is wise to consider other areas of your life that could be affected by this purchase. As a full-service law firm, we can also help you with estate planning and trust creation to protect your new asset.

Individuals looking to establish a business to make their commercial real estate purchases will be pleased to know that we also provide a full range of business law services. We can help you create your corporation or partnership, create rental and tenant contracts for your company to use, and help you with any other legal issues that may arise.