Buying a home may be the biggest and most important financial transaction of your life. It can be nerve racking, emotional and exciting! Selling a property is also challenging. One issue is clear: buying, or selling requires the helpful assistance of a real estate attorney.
Be sure that someone is looking out for your interests in the transaction. You need the advice of an independent party who is skilled in this process and has an undivided duty of loyalty to you. Engage an attorney at the earliest stage of the transaction. To proceed without legal advice is like being blindfolded. It is important to remember that your attorney in a real estate transaction is sometimes the only professional in the transaction looking out for your best interests.
Our attorneys can assist you from beginning to end. This includes reviewing listing contracts, preparing or reviewing offers to purchase, counter offers, as well as prepare the transaction to close, including drafting the necessary deed, transfer returns and closing statement. Along the way we offer the benefit of years of transactional real estate experience.
Involving an experienced real estate attorney means you will achieve the final, most important detail in the transaction: peace of mind.
Real estate ownership involves more than the mere sale and purchase. It can also include land restrictions, covenants and agreements. These provisions may be shared well or driveway agreements, easements or options to purchase. Our real estate attorneys can advise you on the importance and affect of these matters and guide you through the interpretations and changes, if necessary.
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CHANGES IN WISCONSIN LAW RELATING TO STUDENT ATHLETES AND CONCUSSIONS
This Wisconsin Legislature enacted Wisconsin Statute Section 118.293 in April of this year, seeking to protect student athletes from the dangers of head concussions. The act applies to youth athletics and requires an athlete who sustains a concussion to be immediately removed from play and practice until evaluated by a "health care provider". This law applies to all youth sports and adds a duty to those coaches, officials and organizers of youth sporting activities. This law is similar to the WIAA rule, "When in Doubt, Sit it out". Medical concerns about concussions have changed dramatically over the past years, and lead to this enactment.