Experienced Carrollton Georgia Real Estate Lawyer
Commercial Property Sales
Residential Home Sales Financing and Refinance
Draft and Review of Real Estate Contracts
Search and Clearance of Title and Issuance of Title Opinions
Title Insurance Commitment and Policy for Owner and Lender
Closing and Escrow
Residential, Commercial and Construction Lending
Securing the Transactions for Personal Property and Real Estate Financing
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We thank you for the opportunity to be of service. We will take great care in handling your real estate transaction. We appreciate that you have placed your trust in us and we will make every effort to ensure that you have a satisfactory experience with our firm. If you would like to submit a contract simply for our review and comment or if you would like to begin the closing process by placing an order, please either fax the agreement to 770-830-8232 or attach the contract to an email and send it to us at at or firstname.lastname@example.org. A member of our staff will contact you shortly to confirm receipt.
As Carrollton GA real estate lawyers, we primarily serve clients in the West Georgia area. This area includes the counties of Carroll, Haralson, Polk, Douglas, Paulding, Coweta, Heard and Troup and cities and communities such as: Carrollton, Douglasville, Cedartown, Bremen, Dallas, Newnan, Franklin, LaGrange, Bowdon, Tallapoosa, Buchanan, Whitesburg and Villa Rica. We are proud to work with attorneys throughout Georgia and east Alabama, primarily in the counties of Randolph and Cleburne, to include the communities of Wedowee, Heflin and Ranburne.
A Carrollton GA Real Estate Lawyer
Price & Pyles applies its extensive knowledge about the state and federal law concerning property rights, real estate issues, finance and business to all areas of real estate law. With over seventy years of combined experience in real estate law, we can take and control your residential and commercial real estate transaction from idea to completed transaction.
Wills, Estates & Probate
simply for an old person", or "I'll get around to it when I turn fifty". Please, do not think that way, for major problems can occur when you die without a Last Will and Testament; especially when you die leaving behind a spouse with minor children. Georgia is not a community property state. your spouse will not automatically receive title to your estate property. By law a portion of that estate will go to each of the minor children. Your spouse wil normally be the natural guardian of those minor children, but not necessarily the legal guardian of the children or the guardian of the property they inherited from you. This may necessitate guardianship hearings, posting of bonds for value of minor's properties, all manner of problems that can easily be handled with a simple estate plan and Will.
Setting up a basic plan for the distribution of your estate is not necessarily complicated or expensive. If you wish to have us review your estate needs, we ask that you fill out the Estate Worksheet linked below. Simply fill out the questionnaire and fax, email, or drop it off here at the office. This questionnaire will become the worksheet for preparation of a proposed Last Will and Testament, Durable Health Care Power of Attorney and General Power of Attorney and other applicable estate documents.
After review, we will be in a position to consult with you and advise you accordingly. We will be able to quote to you an estimate for completion of your proposed estate plan documents. A deposit of fifty (50%) percent of the estimated cost is normally required at this time. We will then draft your proposed documents and return them to you for your review at your leisure. Changes will be made at your instuction. Once the final version has be reviewed and approved, an appointment will be set for you to come into the office for formal legal execution and witnessing of the documents. Normally, this process can be completed in one to two weeks.
The Good Lord gives no one a contract for a definite life span. We are all Tenants-at-Will, without requirement of notice of the termination of our lease term, on this good earth. Therefore, planning for your love ones' future without you is essential. Many of us ignore this critical area of legal representation. We say to ourselves, "I don't really have anything, so there is no reason to be concerned" or "only rich folks need a Will", or "this is
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Corporate and Business Services
When starting a business, there are many legal steps to take to ensure you start your business off on the right foot. It is important to hire an attorney experienced in the business of properly forming your business entity. Our attorneys at
business knowledge to help our clients select the type of organizational entity which best suits their business operations, whether it be a corporation, partnership agreement, limited liability company, or a sole proprietorship.
We have assisted hundreds of businesses in the west Georgia area in setting up their business entity; with the preparation of the organizational agreements for the limited liability company, or the Articles of Incorporation and the By-laws of the corporation; with real estate and banking transactions; lease negotiations; contract drafting and review; and the scores of other details necessary to start and run a successful business. We assist business clients in all stages of their business transactions, from planning to development to implementation. You will invest a large amount of time and capital in making your business a success; we are here to assist you.
PRICE & PYLES have helped businesses, small and large, successfully negotiate the countless laws, ordinances and transactions necessary to establish a business, as well as protect it and to help it grow. We have the competence and experience to help a client through each critical phase in the development of the client's business entity. Our firm has extensive experience and practical
A contract is an agreement in which the parties work to promote their respective self interest to the benefit of each party. The contract will contain specific terms between two or more persons or entities in which there is a promise to do something in return for a valuable benefit known as consideration. The law of contracts is at the heart of most business dealings, it is a most significant area of legal concern and can involve variations on circumstances and complexities. The existence of an enforceable contract requires finding the following factual elements: a) an offer; b) an acceptance of that offer which results in a meeting of the minds; c) a promise to perform; d) a valuable consideration; e) a time or event when performance must be made; f) terms and conditions for performance, including fulfilling promises; g) performance; and h) remedies for non-performance or default. In the contract, the parties voluntarily agree to govern themselves in accordance with the rules and regulations they establish through their agreement.
Price & Pyles focuses its attention on the creation, funding, and development of businesses small and large, on contract negotiation, drafting and resolution of contract disputes.
Some of the areas we can help you with include, but are not limited to:
Breach of Contracts
Buying or selling of businesses or business interests
Structuring business entities
Licenses & Permits
No matter what legal issue you have within your business organization, it is important to hire a business law attorney who knows the many laws, rules and regulations frequently handed down by the government. It can affect the day-to-day operations of a company and can also help you make informed business decisions.
Whether you need an attorney to facilitate a business agreement or you need a business dispute lawyer to settle a contract dispute, contact us at Price & Pyles. We can help you with your legal matter today so you can have a successful tomorrow.