Experienced Real Estate Lawyers Are Now Available in Fulshear TX
Real estate transactions are legal transactions and if you’re involved in the purchase or sale of real property, then talking with a real estate lawyer can help you preserve your rights in the deal. Attorney Ray Kerlick explains why in this video.
Mr. Kerlick is a partner in the law firm of Wadler, Perches, Hundl & Kerlick with offices in Fulshear and Richmond in Fort Bend County and Wharton and El Campo in Wharton County. He’s got many years of experience representing property buyers and sellers in a variety of real estate transactions. Call Mr. Kerlick at 800-929-1725.
Summary of the Fulshear Real Estate Lawyers Video
– – Hi, this is Ray Kerlick from the law firm of Wadler, Perches, Hundl and Kerlick. I’m here in our Fulshear office today to talk a little bit about the legal services that we provide in this office, which includes real estate consultation.
What I mean by this is if you’re buying or selling property, whether it be property that you’ve inherited, rental property, oil and gas leasing, any of those types of transactions, consider consulting with a real estate attorney. Most of us know that real estate transactions are legal transactions, and what that means is that you are potentially giving away legal rights by failing to consult with a real estate lawyer before you enter into one of these transactions.
In fact, you’ll see that on most earnest money contracts, there’s a specific place provided to list an attorney. Please consider consulting with us so that you have an experienced real estate lawyer to list in that space. That way we can talk about the basic things that can give you peace of mind: how to make sure that you preserve any interest in minerals; how to handle ongoing leases with regard to the property; how to handle any issues related to hunting and other rights related to that when you do do certain types of leases.
Finally in situations in which you’re leasing oil and gas or other mineral interests, you should make sure that you are taking care of the issues that may come up that you haven’t thought of. Please contact us to set up a consultation so that we can review the basic documents that you have. Before you sign them, consult with a real estate lawyer so that you can get the peace of mind you need to have a successful conclusion to that transaction. Thank you.
Serving Real Estate Clients in Fort Bend County and Surrounding Areas
This video was recorded in our Fulshear office, and we also serve clients through our other offices in Richmond in Fort Bend County and in Wharton and El Campo in Wharton County. You can make an appointment at any of our offices by calling 800-929-1725.
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