Choosing the right Real Estate attorney can be difficult. At The DeVries law firm your case will be evaluated by a team of attorneys with over twenty years combined experience and have been practicing in the areas of Real Estate Law since the Firms inception in 2012. Upon entering our firm you will be pampered by a relaxing and spa-like atmosphere. We provide an inviting and calming environment during what can be a very stressful time. We are here to help protect you and your loved ones. You will be personally guided through the confusion of the Real Estate Process throughout your representation
Our attorneys are ready to help you in the following Areas of Real Estate Law. Call us today to schedule your free initial consultation with one of our Real Estate attorneys.
We represent clients in the sale and/or purchase of real property, including preparation purchase and sale contracts, preparation of deeds, review of title history to identify issues, and closings.
Negotiation of short sales. If you owe more than your home is worth the bank may agree to accept a lesser amount. Usually the approved sale price is close to market value, and the deficiency is written off and forgiven by the bank. (Note: you can NOT sell to family)
Foreclosure defense; If your home is in foreclosure we may be able to help you keep your home, or stay in it as long as possible. A loan modification that lowers your interest rate and payment may be negotiated to help you keep your home.
Leases/Contracts: We prepare lease agreements for both residential and complex commercial transactions.
Landlord / Tenant issues: We represent landlords and tenants in lease disputes such as failure to pay rent, illegal lockouts, security deposit disputes, violation of lease terms, failure to maintain the safety and habitability of properties, and other disputes.
Business Incorporation and Structuring: We review business plans as well as established businesses to recommend the most beneficial type of business entity to form. Corporations, LLC’s, S-Corps, Partnerships, and Proprietorships all have distinct advantages and disadvantages in their treatment for tax purposes and legal liability.