Whether you are buying or selling property—or dealing with other real estate-related issues or disputes—you shouldn’t leave anything to chance. Too much is riding on these kinds of transactions. The reality, though, is that real estate law in the State of New Jersey can be incredibly confusing.
If you need a real estate law attorney in Woodbridge, New Jersey, contact Adams, Cassese & Papp L.L.C. As a lawyer with decades of experience, I assist people involved in real estate transactions in Woodbridge, Edison, Sayreville, Perth Amboy, and throughout New Jersey. I’m proud to help my clients make informed decisions and protect their rights throughout their commercial or residential property transactions, all while preventing costly problems down the line.
At Adams, Cassese & Papp L.L.C., I represent both sellers and buyers in commercial and residential real estate transactions in New Jersey. Our reputable and trusted law firm is highly experienced in negotiating real estate transactions and helping clients resolve different types of real estate disputes and issues, including:
Zoning and land use. I advise clients throughout New Jersey regarding real estate development, including zoning laws and land use.
Title problems. Title problems can create obstacles for a smooth and successful real estate transaction, which is why you may need the legal counsel of a knowledgeable real estate attorney to help you move forward.
Boundary disputes. When neighbors are involved in a boundary dispute, they may require the assistance of a skilled attorney to help them determine property lines and navigate the dispute.
Tax issues. Every real estate transaction involves several complex legal issues, including potential tax problems. Reach out to a detailed-oriented attorney to help you address those issues to provide you with the peace of mind that your interests are covered.
Liens. When a real estate transaction involves a lien—in other words, a legal claim against a property to secure a debt—the seller and buyer may require the assistance of an attorney before closing the deal.
In New Jersey, the attorney review period begins once the buyer and seller sign a contract. The period lasts three business days after the parties sign the contract. During the attorney's three-day review period, the parties can ask the attorney to make changes to the contract. The parties may also cancel the real estate transaction during this period.
Sellers and buyers involved in real estate transactions in Woodbridge or other parts of New Jersey can benefit from hiring a real estate law attorney to protect their rights and help them make informed decisions throughout the process. Hiring an attorney can help you:
Review and negotiate a contract with the other party during the three-day attorney review;
Understand the terms of the contract;
Identify any issues regarding the property (e.g., liens or outstanding taxes);
Resolve any real estate-related problems before closing the deal;
Handle communications with real estate agents, title companies, and other third parties;
Prepare the transaction for closing; and
Represent your best interests at closing.
Each case is unique, which is why it’s vital to reach out to a lawyer to review your situation and help you find a path forward.
Real estate transactions and disputes in New Jersey can be complex—or even completely overwhelming. Allow a lawyer to help shoulder the burden. At Adams, Cassese & Papp L.L.C, I offer individualized attention and personal assistance in drafting contracts, negotiating the purchase or sale of commercial or residential property, conducting property inspections and disclosures, ensuring legal compliance, and resolving any issues that may arise. Set up a consultation today to start the process.