How and where should I go to look for real estate legal advice? and how much?

I’m trying to get an idea of how I should go about finding someone to talk to about a real estate legal situation. It’s not a foreclosure, but basically I have a parter in a joint mortgage that I am no longer getting along with so I want to talk to someone about what I can do. What can I expect to pay in Richmond, Virginia to talk to someone and get advice on my situation?

You need a lawyer. It probably won’t require a specialist and most will at least give you a free consultation.

Post Author: mark

2 thoughts on “How and where should I go to look for real estate legal advice? and how much?

    WRG

    (November 27, 2010 - 6:39 am)

    You need a lawyer. It probably won’t require a specialist and most will at least give you a free consultation.
    References :

    helprhome

    (November 27, 2010 - 7:19 am)

    If you are in serious hot water- I suggest you visit with a title company-most have an attorney behind them that specializes in real estate. (I wouldn’t want my regular doctor to be performing surgery when I have a major problem! either.) You can also check the link attached to do some investigation on your issues. It gives you by state choices and it includes the link to the real estate laws.

    I would be thinking about a conversation with the lender after you review your personal financial situation and perhaps find an alternative person for backup on the mortgage.

    p.s. I have over 20 years in real estate as a Broker but, not in your state. Hopefully you can get a local to respond they will have the best options. If you need a referral-RE/MAX send me an e-mail helpRhome at yahoo.
    References :
    http://www.rentlaw.com

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