The real estate team at Delta Law Office includes our senior lawyer Murray Lott and our experienced legal assistant, Michelle Wright.
Only lawyers can advise you on legal matters. If problems arise, you need someone on your side.
Before deciding between a notary and a lawyer, keep in mind that only lawyers can:
Buying a home is an exciting but stressful time. We’ll make the process as easy and understandable as possible with prompt service and pragmatic advice. From securing financing to registering the transfer, we’re here to solve any problems that may arise. We’ll work with you to ensure that everything is done right. No surprises.
It takes a lot of work to sell your home. The last stage of doing so is often the most important: paying out any related mortgages and obtaining the sale proceeds on time. We're here to answer any questions you have and to make sure the closing process goes smoothly.
Whether you're negotiating your financing your first home purchase or taking out additional equity against your home, we can provide you with advice to ensure that you're following all of the correct legal steps towards securing your mortgage.
Our Team works together closely to provide you with assistance on any questions you may have throughout the process. There is always someone available to assist you with your case.
Buying a home is a big deal. For the vast majority of people it’s the single largest investment they’ll ever make. While real estate transactions might appear simple, they are often rife with potential legal problems. The big difference between lawyers and notaries is that only lawyers can advise you on legal matters and represent you in disputes. A lawyer will identify any potential legal issues and work to resolve them before they become problems.
Hiring a lawyer early in the home-buying process can save you time, risk, and money. At the outset of the deal, your lawyer will review the contract to prevent you from agreeing to something that is not in your interests, and to ensure there are no legal issues in the contract that may prevent the deal from closing. Once the contract is finalized, your lawyer’s job is to make sure that you obtain what you contracted to purchase. Most importantly, this means making sure that you obtain good title to the property, free from any outstanding charges, liens, debts, or other encumbrances that may affect your use and enjoyment of your home. Your lawyer will make sure you don’t also buy someone else’s legal problems or debts when you buy your home. Buying a home may be the largest investment of your life. It pays to hire an expert to protect this investment. A lawyer will help you get what you bargain for, at the price you agree to pay, and on the terms you understand.