North Carolina Real Estate Property Fickey Martinez Law Firm
Real estate law, more commonly known as real property law can be very confusing. This is one area of the law that requires an attorney who is willing to get involved in the process from the beginning. Attorney’s often act as agents to receive funds from bank loans or from insurance proceeds. North Carolina real estate law is both rigid and statutory-based which means you need an attorney who understands the intent of the law.
Division of Property
What happens when you own a piece of property with another person and you have a dispute? Sometimes, property needs to be divided because of a divorce or because one of the owners dies or decides to sell their portion. When this occurs, it is known as a partition of the property. Generally, there are two ways to deal with this, either by an actual division of the property or alternately, selling the property or dividing the proceeds. You can learn more about how Fickey Martinez Law Firm can help in these situations by reviewing:
If you do not see the service you need listed, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at (910) 526-0066. We’ll be more than happy to assist you if we are able to do so effectively. We work with buyers and sellers and can assist real estate agents in the following areas of North Carolina: Pink Hill, Seven Springs, Rose Hill, Wallace, Magnolia, Swansboro, Morehead City, Beaufort, Kinston, Beulaville, Richlands, New Bern, Burgaw, Kenansville, and the surrounding counties: Onslow County, Pender County, Carteret County, Duplin County, Jones County, Lenoir County, Craven County and Carteret County.