Real estate matters can be incredibly complex and technical. Because each case is unique, it’s imperative to retain a real estate attorney with the experience to obtain the results you seek. Real estate law is constantly changing, and if you don’t have an attorney that practices it on a daily basis, you are at risk of receiving inadequate representation.
It’s only natural to want to know your attorney’s experience, so it’s important to ask the right questions. During your initial consultation, you should have the following questions in mind: how many current cases the law firm is actively handling; whether the firm handles both litigation and transactional matters; whether they practice at the appellate level; and whether they can provide you with a roadmap of the process to address your matter. A competent attorney should be able to answer these questions comfortably and confidently.