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Houston, TX 77008

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Should I Use The Same Attorney For A Claim That Handled My Transaction?


If the deed or transfer documents were done incorrectly, then you would want to find a more competent attorney for your claim. If the title company didn’t do their part correctly, then your original attorney would be open to work on representing you in a contested issue.

What Are The General Reasons That Disputes Arise In Real Estate Matters?

Disputes don’t arise very often in Texas. This state is very conscientious about their real estate documents and how they transfer title.

Should I Contact Mine Or The Other Party’s Realtor Before Contacting An Attorney To Resolve A Dispute?

Definitely contact your realtor before hiring an attorney. If you contact the realtor, he or she may realize there is a problem and get it resolved without having it go to litigation. Litigation is expensive and should be avoided whenever possible.

How Does Foreclosure Actually Come About?

Foreclosure happens when buyers of a property have not paid according to their contractual agreement. At that time, there is a procedure in Texas where the grantor has to make sure to send notice to the buyers that they are behind, and state how much money it would take to bring them current. If the buyers do not bring the mortgage current, then the grantor would file a notice of foreclosure and a lawsuit of foreclosure. In Texas, those go to the justice courts. Then, if you get a judgment against you in justice court, you can appeal it to the County court. If that doesn’t work, then you can appeal it to the District Court. It is not a difficult process, but it must be done correctly or the whole thing can be thrown out of court. The only option for not having to go through foreclosure is to pay your mortgage.

For more information on Using A Real Estate Attorney In Texas, an initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (281) 845-9330 today.

Rhonda S. Ross, Esq.

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