Machelle L. Redmond has been a resident of Atlanta since 1984. She received her Bachelors degree from the University of Georgia and Juris Doctorate from Georgia State University College of Law. Ms. Redmond has practiced exclusively in the area o...
Practice areas & skills: Residential, Business, Commercial, Banking
Julie represents businesses and individuals on a variety of real estate, estate and business disputes, including, for example, disputes over real estate contracts, leases, guaranties, promissory notes, trusts, and other real estate and estate-plan...
Practice areas & skills: Residential, Appeals, Litigation
I believe in keeping my clients informed of the status of their matters, and I respond by phone or e-mail as quickly as possible to questions they may have. I also believe that educating my client in the applicable law and explaining how facts and...
Practice areas & skills: Residential, Commercial, Real Estate
Review: “He was always available to answer many questions I had as I went through my bankruptcy. I would highly recommend Peter and will use him for any of my legal needs in the future.”
Practice areas & skills: Residential, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Wills & Living Wills, Bankruptcy & Debt, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
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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.