When you go to sell your house, why do you need legal assistance to complete the transaction?
The sale of your house or other property enters the legal field for several reasons:
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When it comes to resolving a dispute between business partners, family members, spouses or other interpersonal relationships, what are the steps you can take to resolve the dispute, and do you need a lawyer?
Disputes often appear when parties struggle with who is in the right or who wronged whom.
While there are guidelines under the principles of the rule of law which includes both substantive and procedural rules, the average person who feels aggrieved, can benefit from these practices:
If you find the dispute is getting elevated and you can't quite settle your differences on your own, MBJ Law specializes in disputes and moderations. Contact us to learn more about how we can assist you.
People often wonder how these two professions interact on real estate sales. Like everything else in life, relationships can be segmented or integrated. The segmented situation means, you have the assistance of a realtor whether you are buying or selling a townhouse in Langley. When the sale of the townhouse or condo is getting finalized, you need a lawyer or notary for the “conveyancing” process to complete the final paperwork. If you're interested in learning more about the conveyancing process and what it means, check out our vlog episode on conveyancing!
The best option when dealing with real estate sales in Langley is to have a lawyer ready to work with your realtor and help ensure any offers, contracts and contingencies are reviewed and in good order before you sign the deal. Having a real estate agent and a lawyer working together as two dedicated professionals working in your best interests will help ensure that your purchase or sale of your townhouse or condo in Langley go smoothly.
By having a good relationship between lawyer and realtor, the final closing and any issues that arise after can be referred to the ‘team.”
For an optimum real estate experience, have your realtor put MBJLaw on the team. Contact us to learn more about our real estate conveyancing services.