Real estate transactions can appear deceptively simple and straightforward at first glance, only to disintegrate into a complicated morass of technical pitfalls that can lead to financial disaster. The Pennsylvania real estate attorneys of Brooks, Bradley & Doyle understand the devastating impact of real estate transactions gone badly and they know how to help. Brooks, Bradley & Doyle can provide competent advice, guidance and counsel to help minimize the risks in pending transactions. And in cases where the transaction is falling apart, the capable attorneys of Brooks, Bradley & Doyle are effective negotiators who can play a key role in putting things back together, where that’s possible, and in hammering out an equitable settlement where it is not. Where the transaction cannot be salvaged, and settlement appears unlikely, the experienced Pennsylvania real estate trial attorneys of Brooks, Bradley & Doyle aggressively and effective advance the claims and preserve the rights of their clients. For most people, the purchase of a family residence is the largest financial transaction they will undertake, and yet, amazingly, many just don’t bother to seek legal advice during the process. The fact is that real estate agents, loan officers, and escrow company employees are not qualified to give legal advice. Moreover, any advice they give may be colored by their personal financial interest in seeing your transaction move forward. The bottom line is that you should never sign real estate documents without first showing them to your real estate lawyer for advice and recommendations. The majority of transactions are concluded routinely, with no unanticipated problems and no need for legal representation during the closing. There is no legal requirement for representation by counsel at the closing, but most lenders and prudent investors will do so. It is at closing that critical disputes often arise concerning the language in a particular clause or some other technical aspect of the transaction. The Philadelphia real estate lawyers of Brooks, Bradley & Doyle are specialists in all aspects of Pennsylvania real estate law, from simple matters like purchasing a home, to negotiations and document preparation of multi-million dollar commercial real estate transactions.
If you or a loved one needs business or real estate litigation advice, require the services of an experienced estate planning attorney, or have questions and want legal counsel on any of the information provided within, please contact the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania litigation attorneys of Brooks, Bradley & Doyle today, at 610-565-4800, or use the contact form provided on this site to schedule your free consultation with an experienced and trusted Philadelphia civil litigation lawyer.
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Brooks, Bradley & Doyle
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Media, PA 19063
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