Thousands Of Successful Closings Across More Than 50 Years
Real estate closings are notorious for the immensely complex paperwork you must sign. It is no wonder that Connecticut requires you to have an attorney for the closing if you are borrowing money from a bank to pay for the property. Even if you did not take out a loan, having an attorney present is wise to prevent a dispute or lawsuit from arising in the future.
At Weisman Law Firm, LLC, our team of attorneys brings decades of experience to the table in representing clients at their real estate closings. For more than 50 years, we have handled both commercial and residential closings for thousands of business entities and individuals in the Waterbury area.
What Is The Role Of An Attorney At A Closing?
A lawyer’s primary role in a closing include:
- Checking documents for inaccuracies: Any error in the paperwork can derail a closing and result in long, arduous administrative steps to rectify the mistake.
- Protecting your rights: Unfortunately, there are unscrupulous parties out there who try to protect their own interests by sacrificing yours.
- Verifying that the title is free and clear: If there is a defect in the title, you may not be able to close on the property.
Depending on the nature of your transaction, you might also need an attorney to draft certain legal documents. Our real estate closings lawyer is Rocco Tirozzi. He explains the steps of the closing process, then guide you through them skillfully, advocating for your rights consistently.
Seek Our Advocacy For Your Real Estate Closing
Weisman Law Firm, LLC, has the insight and attention to detail necessary to ensure your closing goes smoothly. To learn more about how we can assist you, please contact us for an initial consultation. You can call CALL or send us an email to get in touch.