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Plano Real Estate Attorney

Those who understand real estate law are able to navigate (or circumvent) the intricacies and nuances which govern it. These people are often able to make these laws work for them, and use their understanding to service their ends. But for the average person, real estate law is more like a riddle written in ancient Greek than it is a modern language explaining common-sense laws. And one can quickly and easily find themselves on the wrong end of a confusing legal system.

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Plano Real Estate Attorney

  1. 1. Plano Real Estate Attorney
  2. 2. Table of contents o WhatTo Look For When Hiring A Real Estate Attorney o How long has the attorney been practicing? o Where did the attorney go to law school? o Has the attorney handled cases similar to yours? o Does the attorney have references? o Will they be using any other attorneys to work on your case? o How much will the attorney charge?
  3. 3. Introduction Those who understand real estate law are able to navigate (or circumvent) the intricacies and nuances which govern it.These people are often able to make these laws work for them, and use their understanding to service their ends. But for the average person, real estate law is more like a riddle written in ancient Greek than it is a modern language explaining common- sense laws.And one can quickly and easily find themselves on the wrong end of a confusing legal system.
  4. 4. In terms of bizarre real estate laws,Texas is certainly high on the list of offenders. And that makes sense. Of the more than 500,000 households within the state, close to fifty percent own the home in which they reside. And generally, the law is almost always on the side of the buyer. For example, anything and everything in the home or on the property at the time of showing becomes the property of the buyer.This includes everything from your pots and pans, to leftover lasagna, to above ground pools and cars in the driveway.
  5. 5. So when a buyer asks “does that come with the house?”, the answer is always yes.This means that a seller’s home needs to be completely empty as soon as it goes on the market. Therefore, the seller is highly motivated to close the deal as quickly as possible.Talk about a buyer’s market! (But don’t worry about leaving your booze behind.Taking more than three sips of beer while standing is illegal inTexas...)
  6. 6. If you are currently living or planning to live, or if you have any other real estate interests within the town of Plano, you are subject to the same peculiar laws which govern the rest of the state. If you happen to find yourself on the wrong side of a tricky real estate situation, believe me when I tell you that you’re not the first. But have heart because there is help available!
  7. 7. WhatTo Look For When Hiring A Real Estate Attorney
  8. 8. How long has the attorney been practicing? There is no substitute for experience.This is especially true when it comes to real estate lawyers.This is why it is important to know how long your advocate has been litigating. Real estate dealings can often be incredibly confusing, so you’ll definitely want someone who knows the lay of the land. Just keep in mind, the more experience an attorney has, the higher their price tag tends to be.
  9. 9. Where did the attorney go to law school? This one is important for a few reasons. For starters, you’ll want to be sure that the school they attended is actually accredited. But even more important than that is their knowledge of state-specific laws. Every state in the country is governed by a unique set of laws.And just because a lawyer is on top of it in New Mexico, doesn’t mean they are truly qualified inTexas.
  10. 10. Has the attorney handled cases similar to yours? Again, real estate law is complex, and every situation is different.When you are evaluating an attorney, you’ll want to be sure that they have experience dealing with situations similar to the one you are presently facing.
  11. 11. Does the attorney have references? Most attorneys are proud of the cases they have won, and the things they have accomplished for their clients.And any lawyer worth their salt will be all too eager to share the stories of their many victories. If you are evaluating an attorney and they don’t have any references, there is probably a reason.
  12. 12. Will they be using any other attorneys to work on your case? It is vital that you trust your attorney.And in order to cultivate that trust, you have to develop a degree of comfortability with them. If they intend on bringing in a team to handle your case, that is more attorneys you’ll need to become familiar with. Oh, and you’ll also need to evaluate them, as well.
  13. 13. How much will the attorney charge? For most people, this one is often the most important factor when choosing an attorney.Your lawyer should be able to provide you with a pretty accurate estimate as to how much the process will cost. And they should also be able to identify where every dollar you pay them is going. If they aren’t willing to disclose this information, you may want to look elsewhere.
  14. 14. The Plano Bar Association is a tremendously valuable resource for anyone trying to navigate the legal system in Plano,TX.And, like most people, if you find yourself facing a lengthy legal battle, you may not have the financial resources required to make it to the other side.They specialize in helping low or even no-income families get connected with the legal help they need to get through their difficult times.
  15. 15. Contact local attorney The Law Office of Dan Martens - PlanoTX Address: 5600 TENNYSON PKWY STE 382, PLANO, TX, 75024-4067 Phone: 972-335-3888 The Law Office of Dan Martens - DallasTX Address: 17101 PRESTON RD STE 160, DALLAS, TX 75248-1369 Phone: 972-335-3888 Website: https://danielmartens.com/

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