Real Estate Lawyer In Montgomery, Alabama, Provides Reliable Guidance Through Transactions And Disputes

Jones Hawkins

At, Jones, Hawkins, & Associates, LLC, we understand that our clients make significant investments in their homes and other properties. We aim to protect their interests and efforts when we represent Alabama owners, buyers, sellers and leasers in real estate matters. Whether you are purchasing a new property, selling or giving a property, or disputing a lease or boundary, our lawyers can help ensure your right and interests are protected. Our Montgomery law firm handles a range of real estate issues, including the following:

Closings

When you are purchasing property, you are making a long-term commitment. There are a number of things to watch out for a property purchase and sale transaction. Purchase and sale agreements often contain onerous clauses that are difficult to understand, and challenges with titles can cause costly delays. To ensure a smooth closing, work with an attorney who can alert you to issues that could hold up your real estate transaction, before they occur. A lawyer on your side can keep you informed of risks and help resolve unexpected obstacles in a timely manner.

Title Opinions

Title opinions are required when insuring your property title against adverse, or third party, claims to the property. Before closing on your property, opt in to receive title insurance to protect your interest in that property. To confidently know where your title stands in the line of previous and current owners, request a title opinion. Jones, Hawkins, & Associates, LLC, is experienced and available to provide this service.

Deeds

A deed is required to transfer property to a new owner, whether through a sale or through another arrangement such as a family transfer, a charitable gift or bartering. There are numerous types of deeds, and the most advantageous type in each situation depends on multiple factors. You can limit your personal liability as well as protect your future interests through the type of deed presented. Know which type of deed works best for your situation before signing a real estate contract transferring to another party or acquiring property.

Boundary Disputes

Disputes arising between neighbors may call into question where property lines fall or how to prevent the improper use of your property by someone else. An issue may also result from improvements made to your or a neighbor's property. Know your property rights and get help in case of such a dispute with the counsel of a real estate lawyer at Jones, Hawkins, & Associates, LLC.

Let Us Hear About Your Real Estate Or Landlord-Tenant Concerns

Contact us in Montgomery at 334-625-1754 or send an email inquiry to discuss your real estate transaction or dispute or landlord-tenant issue.