If you already have a lawyer, which it appears you do, you should speak with him first. We can't really comment if you're represented right now.
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I agree with Attorney Mulvihill - you should ask your lawyer. However, I will say that, if you have ended your criminal defense attorney’s representation in this matter, you should hire a real estate attorney. Your attorney may have served your family well in a criminal defense matter, but real estate law is an entirely different field that requires a different knowledge base and skill set. You should engage the services of a real estate attorney.
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