Before you hire a real estate lawyer, you need to make sure they’re a good match for your needs. Here are a few things you should do before hiring a real estate lawyer.CONTINUE READING
Category: Real Estate Law
In some areas of the country, the participation of a real estate attorney is required in order to sell your property. Washington State does not require a real estate attorney, but nearly half the states in the U.S. do. If you plan on selling a property on the East Coast, South, or Midwestern portions of the country, check the state’s requirements before getting started.CONTINUE READING
Real estate law and new construction rules can turn out to be a huge hassle if you’re not aware of them before you begin your project. Make sure you learn about these common real estate laws and legal issues so you can avoid property disputes and complete your project without interruption.CONTINUE READING
The Anderson Hunter Law Firm offers unparalleled experience to clients in the Puget Sound community, especially within Snohomish County. Our standard of excellence ensures that our customers receive the best quality service as well as the most in-depth legal assistance.
Here are five reasons to choose us for your business’s legal needs:CONTINUE READING
If you think you may be in a property dispute, you should be prepared for a lot of research, paperwork, and some time with a lawyer. Fortunately, you can often avoid a costly battle in court.CONTINUE READING
The best way to deal with property disputes is often to try to keep them from happening in the first place. Below, we will discuss common types of property disputes, how you can avoid them, and what to do if you are already in a property dispute.CONTINUE READING