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Resolving Complex Real Estate Matters For Our Clients

Real estate law can be extremely confusing. Having an attorney who understands the law is the best way to protect yourself. With over 60 years of combined experience, the attorneys of Giamanco Law Partners, have worked with clients throughout Illinois. While our office provides a laid-back atmosphere, you can expect honest, professional service when it matters most. We can answer your questions and address the legal problems you are facing.

Knowledgeable In Many Different Areas Of The Law

Whether you are buying or selling, it is still important to have someone in your corner. For example, when it comes to closing on a property, having representation is key. We aim to provide prompt service that results in a quick turnover of property. In some situations, this can be between 30 and 45 days after signing a contract. In cases where you’re dealing with a short sale, we can also help. The legal paperwork can be quite overwhelming. With a lawyer’s assistance, you can avoid potential mistakes.

Another area in which we have experience revolves around title disputes and title transfers. Whether you are selling your home or are running into an issue, we can answer all of your questions. For example, we have handled problems related to mechanic’s liens, judgment liens, tax liens and old mortgage liens that were never released. These can cause serious problems, and they must be addressed. Our team of attorneys can answer your questions, address concerns head-on and help you move forward.

To Gather Helpful Information, Call Today

Whether you are a landlord, are dealing with boundary line encroachments or require tenant services or closing on a recent purchase or sale, we handle it all. We have a passion for helping members of this community and are eager to solve any issues you come across. To schedule a free consultation, call our office in Bolingbrook at 630-635-5555 today. You can also fill out our online contact form.