Trustworthy Real Estate Services – From Contract To Close
Whether you are selling your home, buying a new home, or buying/selling/leasing commercial property, a real estate transaction involves high stakes and a lot of money. You can’t afford to leave the details to chance or entrust title work to just any attorney.
Thankfully, you have an experienced real estate lawyer in Warren County who grew up here and raises his own family in this community. When you call Ryan J. Moore, Attorney at Law, your real estate transaction will be worry-free. Our team is well versed in the moving parts of a real estate closing.
Offering A Wide Array Of Real Estate Law Services
You can trust our team for all of your real estate needs:
- Warranty deeds
- Quitclaim deeds
- Executor deeds
- Administrator deeds
- Affidavits of heirship
- Life estate deeds
- Deeds of trust
- Promissory notes
- Amortization schedules
- Contract formation and review
- Title opinions
- Title insurance
- Representation at closing
- Foreclosures (creditors’ rights)
Thorough And Extensive Title Work
The title to real estate is essentially the documentation showing ownership as well as the legal rights and responsibilities that come with ownership. Before a title changes hands, it needs to be clean and free of problems that could create legal or financial liabilities down the road.
We protect our clients by performing detailed title examinations to ensure that there are no judgment liens, deeds of trust, back taxes or breaks in the chain of title. If the title is clouded, we work diligently to clean it up prior to closing. Our goal is to ensure that a buyer is vested with clean and marketable title and the seller is able to convey the same.
We proudly represent buyers, sellers and lenders in real estate transactions. Secondary market and complex closings are powered by our sister title company, 1810 Title & Escrow, LLC, which is located next door to our law office in downtown McMinnville.
Beyond the Closing Room and Into the Courtroom: Tenacious Representation In Real Estate Litigation
When real estate matters become adversarial, our representation doesn’t end in the closing room. An experienced litigator, Ryan J. Moore, Attorney at Law provides strong advocacy in the courtroom for litigants facing property disputes. He’s the attorney Warren County turns to for real estate litigation. Our experienced team provides aggressive advocacy in the following contested matters:
- Partition law suits (co-tenant’s interest in land)
- Breach of contract law suits (often involving a transaction that fell through because one side defaulted)
- Boundary line disputes
- Quiet title actions
- Adverse possession (when someone attempts to take the title through common law and statutory claims)
- Breach of warranty claims (suing the seller for latent defects in the chain of title)
- Lien lis pendens
- Notice of liens
- Attachment of property to satisfy a judgment lien
Contact Us To Discuss Your Needs In An Initial Consultation
Located in the historic Dugins Grocery building in downtown McMinnville, Ryan J. Moore, Attorney at Law, proudly serves clients throughout Warren County. For strong representation in real estate transactions and property litigation, call us at 931-474-7926 or send us an email.