Purchasing or leasing property is one of the biggest investments you can make during your lifetime. When your rights as a property owner, landlord, or tenant are threatened, you deserve help from lawyers who know the law in Indiana and Illinois. At Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin, several of our attorneys are former real estate brokers and appraisers, and we want to put our experience to work for you.
Whether you’re closing on a home or need assistance resolving a land dispute, our Terre Haute real estate lawyers want to help protect your investment. Our 24/7 legal team is ready to assist you—just dial (800) 477-7315 or complete our free initial consultation form to contact us now.
Indiana Real Estate Cases We Handle
Our attorneys have the skills and resources to help with a variety of real estate matters, including:
- Land Use Dispute Resolution
Our real estate attorneys have experience dealing with planning commissions, city councils, and county boards to help resolve land disputes. And if communication fails to produce fair results, we aren’t afraid to go to court.
- Residential Home Closings
Real estate professionals only get paid if you close on a deal, and they may not have your best interests in mind. If you’re looking to close on a home in Indiana or Illinois, we can help. As former real estate brokers turned attorneys, we can address legal issues during home closings, including:
- Contract drafting
- Title clearing
- Documents at closing, such as:
- Contracts of sale
- Purchase agreements
- Disclosure of issues
If you’re buying or selling property, starting a business, or defending your rights to property you already own, we’re here to assist you. Call (800) 477-7315 and let us help you get started today.
Get the Experience You Deserve
Our law firm has served as a trusted legal resource for people throughout Indiana and Illinois for more than 30 years. With a team of Terre Haute real estate lawyers that includes former real estate brokers and appraisers, you can count on us to fight for your best interests—even if it means going to court. Don’t wait to get the help you need—contact our 24/7 team now for a free case consultation.