Anyone involved in real estate transactions or property disputes has serious money on the table and faces a substantial level of risk. Whether you are buying or selling a property, whether you are operating on your own or representing a business, you need a dependable law office to handle your real estate matters.
Working with one firm for all your real estate needs can save you time, expense and worry. Learn more about how the experienced Dallas real estate lawyers at the Lonergan Law Firm, PLLC, can help. Contact us today. We provide attentive, knowledgeable legal counsel and the services of a dedicated title office.
The Lonergan Law Firm represents buyers, sellers, lenders and investors in Texas residential and commercial real estate matters. We help people make solid real estate investments while protecting their interests in property. Our services cover the spectrum of real estate law:
Under the direction of Gaylene Rogers Lonergan, an attorney with more than 25 years of experience in Texas real estate, our firm has garnered a reputation for attentive and responsive service. Many of our clients have worked with our firm for years; others come to us because of the good words they've heard from satisfied clients (see our testimonials ) or because they participate in the Texas Real Estate Investors' Circle, the largest and one of the fastest growing investment associations in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Whatever your real estate need, you can have confidence that your interests will be protected when you work with the Lonergan Law Firm. Our focus is on building mutually beneficial relationships that last. Contact us online or call (214) 760-6768 to schedule a consultation.
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