The short answer to your question is that many attorneys will provide a no cost consultation. You can contact the local bar association for a referral to a qualified real estate attorney in your area.
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There are competent real estate attorneys who might spend some time on the phone with you to determine if they would like to take on the matter. However, as a generality, you should be prepared to spend $5,000 to get good quality advice on a transaction like this.