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When buying or selling real property, having a qualified and experienced attorney assist you with the legal details involved with the closing transaction is a good investment. At the Upstate Law Group, LLC, we work with buyers, sellers, lenders and real estate agents to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. Contact our office to learn about the benefits of having an experienced attorney represent your legal interests and rights during the home closing.

The Upstate Law Group, LLC recognizes that our clients are busy people with crowded schedules and often, conflicting appointments. We offer a unique “mobile attorney” service where we will travel to the location most convenient for you.

We regularly provide legal representation with:

  • Home purchases
  • Mortgage refinances
  • Investment property purchases
  • Foreclosure purchases
  • Construction loan closings
  • Equity line closings

We can also help you with:

  • Contract drafting and review
  • Contract dispute resolution
  • Boundary line disputes
  • Residential and commercial leases
  • Construction issues

Helping Our Clients Understand the Closing Process
Every real estate closing presents parties with interdependent legal rights and obligations, and every loan closing involves the commitment to important loan documentation containing significant and varied financing terms. Only a seasoned and experienced lawyer can be ready to address all the varied legal questions and issues that arise in the closing. At our firm, an attorney supervises each and every closing from start to finish. The attorney then meets with you to review and explain each page of the closing documents.

We provide more than just a notary. Contact us or notify your lender that you want the Upstate Law Group, LLC to handle your real estate closing!

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential or time-sensitive information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.