Whether a deceased individual had a Last Will and Testament determines how the deceased’s estate will transfer according to North Carolina statute.
Category: Real Estate
Selling or buying a property held in trust depends on the trust itself. Here’s what you need to know before buying or selling a property held in trust.
The common “rule” when selling or transferring real property is that both spouses will need to sign the deed, even if the property was purchased prior to marriage. A...
In North Carolina, a married couple is presumed to have a joint interest in real property that is bought or sold during the marriage. A deeper explanation on that topic...
Married or unmarried, that is the question. Are your buyers married and how do they plan to own the property? Here are four legal options to choose from for couples, spouses, and partners.
People’s names change or they differ. And those initials stand for a full name. Its important to know and show the full legal name on closing documents.
Making your life easier by giving you information about things you need to focus on from a closing standpoint.
It is extremely important for sellers to know upfront that they will not be able to e-sign all of the documents required for closing and to make the closing attorney aware if the seller is not local or needs to make separate arrangements to sign in person.
Even if all parties agree to the terms, a verbal contract for the sale of real property is unenforceable. The reason is due to a legal doctrine called the Statute of Frauds.
Before creating an LLC and transferring rental property to it, there are a few concerns to consider.