Christine A. Lindsay is a 2008 graduate of Massachusetts School of Law. Prior to law... more
Christine A. Lindsay is a 2008 graduate of Massachusetts School of Law. Prior to law school Christine worked as a paralegal in various law firms on the South Shore. In 2001 she started her own Freelance Paralegal business, working with several real estate attorneys in the Greater Boston area in the preparation of their real estate closing packages. Christine is a graduate of Quincy Colleg... 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.