Matters of real estate are almost always complex, and generally involve much more money than any other purchase or sale transaction you may conduct. You would think only the buyer and seller, the true parties in interest, are affected, but there are many other persons at the table with a financial interest in closing a real estate transaction. The only one in the room other than you who has your best interests at heart is your lawyer.
Real estate law and its effects can often be difficult for most people to process and understand completely. Virtually all persons engaged in buying or selling real estate, even other lawyers, would be best served by hiring a real estate attorney.
Questioning whether or not you should hire a real estate attorney? Here are 5 situations in which it would be wise to do so.