With over 14 years of experience and one of only a handful of attorneys who have... more
With over 14 years of experience and one of only a handful of attorneys who have earned an advanced law degree in real property, Attorney Cooper has been highly trained to tackle any real estate legal matter. While in some firms the partners will pawn your work off on a clerk or a paralegal, Attorney Cooper takes a personal interest in every case and every client. He has the singular ability to... view profile
A residential real estate lawyer deals with all home-ownership issues, including the purchase, sale, ownership, occupancy, and use of condos, apartments, single-family houses, and other living spaces. Typical problems a residential real estate lawyer can resolve include disputes between home buyers, real estate agents and brokers, home sellers, home builders, escrow companies, and lending banks. Because home ownership is the biggest investment most people make, you need to support every transaction with written documents. Residential real estate lawyers can prepare these documents and make sure your home-ownership rights are protected.