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The Primary Reasons for Hiring Phoenix Real Estate Attorneys
People who want to buy or sell real estate or develop real estate are required to make sure that their transactions are legal. Because many people may not be sure of what the law requires of them, they often choose to hire Phoenix real estate attorneys to help them with this process. By hiring an attorney, they can make sure that they are following the law and that they can enjoy the benefit of their real estate transaction.
Most people look forward to owning a home. After they find a house for their family, they want to sign the contract and move in as quickly as possible. However, they may not be sure of the details of their contract. We can read this document for them, inform them of its details, and help them negotiate any changes to the contract’s wording if necessary. As their real estate attorneys, it is our job to make sure that our clients sign the best contract possible.
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It is also our objective to ensure that they follow the law as they sell their property. Clients who are not knowledgeable in Arizona real estate law risk being taken advantage of by unscrupulous buyers. They stand to lose money to such individuals if they proceed without legal representation. An Arizona real estate lawyer can compose a binding contract with the required disclosures that works in our clients’ favor.
Moreover, our real estate lawyers stand ready to take care of any real estate disputes that our clients may have. These disputes sometimes occur when people get divorced. If our clients seek to sell their real estate because of their divorce, we can ensure that the sale is consistent with the divorce decree.
Clients may also have disputes with their insurance companies. If they file a claim for which their insurer is unwilling to pay, we can step in and work out the dispute with the insurance company on our clients’ behalf. They do not have to worry about being victimized or ignored by their insurer; we can communicate with that company to work out the issue.
Because Arizona real estate law can be complicated, people benefit from hiring real estate lawyers. Contact the PHX real estate lawyers at Gunderson, Denton & P.C. today at 480-655-7440.
Q: How many days notice is needed to evict a non lease holding party in a residential property?
A: It is much the same process to evict someone who is in breach of lease as it is to evict someone with no possessory right to live there. Your first step is delivering a 5-day notice. If she doesn’t leave voluntarily, you get a court date to evict.
If you are being threatened with physical violence you could seek a restraining order. But but advised, you could get served with a restraining order as well and be required to leave – even though you are the leaseholder.
Re-posted from AVVO Legal Questions & Answers.
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