Residential Real Estate Lawyers:
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Lawyers at Esslie & Frenia, P.C., handle many different residential and commercial real estate matters, including matters of land use and zoning, landlord-tenant law and estate planning matters that affect property.
Much of the work we do relates to residential real estate transactions. We represent individuals and families who are purchasing their first homes, relocating to the Catskills or purchasing vacation property here. We also represent people who are selling property in New York state.
Our state does not require that individuals be represented by lawyers at residential real estate closings. However, having a lawyer is a good idea. As experienced residential real estate attorneys, we thoroughly review the deal for potential legal issues and make sure that your interests are protected. We check to make sure that title is clear. We can also have surveys completed and make sure that perc tests for septic systems are conducted as well as other necessary inspections or testing.
From One Generation To The Next: Passing Down Land In The Catskills
In the Catskills, many people have had land in their families for generations. We can help them pass this land down to the next generation while making sure that the property itself is properly maintained and legally protected.
Passing land from one generation to the next isn't as easy as it once was. There can be many legal hoops to jump through, and family disputes and financial hurdles often present challenges. That's why it is critical to plan ahead and work with an experienced attorney.
At Esslie & Frenia, P.C., we use years of experience to help our clients leave land to their heirs. Our attorneys use a mix of real estate and estate planning tools to help our clients transfer land while protecting their property and other assets.
Talk With Our Experienced Real Estate Lawyers
We can answer your questions about land in the Catskills and throughout New York state. To get started, contact us by calling 518-622-9910 to speak with an attorney.