Real Estate Transactions
Long Island Real Estate Lawyer
Purchase or Sale of Residential Real Estate | Offers and Buy-Sell Agreements | Real Estate Contracts | Closings | Deeds and Title Matters
If you are like most people, the purchase of your home will be the single largest transaction of your life. When you are spending that kind of money, you want to make certain that the documentation is correct, and that you are getting everything you expected as part of the deal. You want a thorough and detail-oriented attorney to protect your interests.
At the Law Office of Bonnie Lawston, we have more than 20 years of experience handling real estate transactions, including purchase agreements. We know what to look for when reviewing a residential real estate transaction, and will help you take the appropriate measures to protect your investment.
We also handle the sale of real estate as part of probate or ancillary proceedings when settling an estate.
Our offices are located in Huntington and Brookhaven, but we will come to your home to meet with you, if necessary.
Our Residential Real Estate Practice
We advise clients throughout the course of a successful residential real estate acquisition, from the negotiation of terms to the closing. We will carefully prepare all legal documents, including deeds, buy-sell agreements, promissory notes, mortgages, and easements or restrictive covenants. We will take care of all title work, so that you know about all liens and encumbrances on the property, and can appropriate action to clear title. We will also attend the closing with you, or on your behalf, so that we can deal with any contingencies that may arise.
We offer special discounts to senior citizens, as well as active duty military personnel, police officers, firefighters and health care workers.
Contact the Law Office of Bonnie Lawston
For an appointment, contact us online or call our office at 631-425-7299. Your first consultation is free of charge.
Out-of-State Executor Attorney
If you are a fiduciary (executor, administrator, or trustee), an heir or a beneficiary of a New York estate, we can assist you. In fact, we represent clients nationwide. We can help you If the decedent died in New York or has assets in New York State. If you are chosen to represent the estate or if you are receiving an inheritance from a New York estate, contact our law firm today.
There Are Two Types of New York Estates
- The decedent resided in NY at the time of death and their domicile is in New York at the time of death.
- There are assets located in NY at the time of death, and an ancillary proceeding is needed even though the decedent may have died elsewhere,
Find out more information about out-of-state probate help.