Real Estate Closings
Our team of experts are here to help facilitate an exceptional closing experience. Whether this is your first real estate transaction, or your twentieth, our friendly team of legal experts are here to walk you through every step of the process - and educate you along the way. Our formal closing services include:

» Purchases
» Cash Transactions
» IRS Sec. 103 | Exchanges
» Refinances & HELOCS
» Construction Loans
» Relocation

See also:
» Pre-Closing Checklist
» Home Buyers Checklist
Notary Services

As Notary Publics in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, our goal is to provide "professional convenience" to all of our clients.

Our Notary Services include:

» Mobile & In-Office Loan Document Signing

Title Insurance

We are licensed to write policies with the major title insurers in the U.S.!

» See the FAQ section on Title Insurance

For Sale By Owner & Individual Buyer Representation

Whether you're purchasing a home through a realtor, or working with a FSBO (For Sale By Owner), there are many issues that call for the assistance of a lawyer.

Our team can look over the purchase and sales agreement (P&S), handle the closing, negotiate terms of the agreement, assist with the required disclosures to limit your liability, and review offers and contracts, recommending any changes necessary. Home purchasing and sales can be full of legal pitfalls. Let us help you avoid these problems!

Condominium Conversions

We can help our clients convert their apartment buildings into condominiums or construct new condominiums/houses. Our team will prepare all legal documents, including Contracts, Warranties, Condominium Declaration, By-Laws, Rules & Regulations, Budget, Property Reports, etc.

Will and Estate Planning

Protect your loved ones by taking control of the distribution of your assets. We can help you develop a plan to meet your needs at all levels of estate planning.

We handle several different matters in the area of estate planning:

  • » Draft of wills
  • » Trusts
  • » Powers of attorney
  • » Guardianships
  • » Healthcare directives or living wills
  • » Irrevocable trusts
  • » Other estate planning documents

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