I grew up in a small, rural Arkansas town where the local "county seat lawyers" were... more
I grew up in a small, rural Arkansas town where the local "county seat lawyers" were true community leaders--people whom others turned to for all types of advice, whether personal, financial, legal or otherwise. In addition, they were active in all types of other community-service organizations and were regular speakers to my Boy Scout troop and 4-H Club. Consequently, I always looked up t... view profile
My practice primarily includes representation in real estate and bankruptcy matters.... more
My practice primarily includes representation in real estate and bankruptcy matters. I represent clients in a variety of real estate matters. These include litigating mortgage deficiency claims, boundary and easement disputes, real estate purchase contract disputes, commercial lease disputes, and construction defect claims. I regularly conduct nonjudicial foreclosure actions on behalf of credit... view profile
Real estate attorneys deal with the many laws and practice areas associated with land ownership issues. For example, a commercial real estate attorney knows which laws apply to commercial transactions for construction/development projects (such as condo construction), or land use/zoning projects (such as subdividing a parcel of land for development), or real property issues (such as financing a large land purchase). Likewise, residential real estate lawyers help you buy a home, or prevent you from losing your home in foreclosure. They also know how residential tenancy laws work and can advise you of your rights as a tenant. With so many types of real estate attorneys, it is important to find a specialist who does the work you need.