Let us handle the headaches and issues of buying real estate. We will perform a title search, arrange closing costs, coordinate details with your lender, and contact your new HOA. If you have an agent/broker, we’ll work with them to make sure every part of your purchase is handled. We will assure that your purchase has a clean and clear title, and strive to bring transparency to the real estate closing process. Your only concern should be getting your new keys!
Our firm will guide you through the sale of your property. Whether it is your family home or an investment property, our staff will ensure a smooth process so you maximize your money with minimal concern and costs.
Refinancing a home can be difficult, but it doesn’t mean it needs to be. The Dills Law Firm will arrange everything with your lender or mortgage broker and clear up any issues that might get in the way. You’ll be able to focus on what you’ll do after your refinance.
1031 Exchanges are tightly regulated transactions for the sale and purchase of real estate. In simple terms, the gains from selling real estate are used to directly purchase another property, allowing you to avoid or minimize taxes. Our law firm routinely handles these transactions in South Carolina and we can guide you through yours as well.
Have you recently purchased a property at a South Carolina foreclosure auction or tax sale? Did you know that these properties don’t come with a clean title? Properties sold at foreclosure or tax sales can still have liens or unknown claims against the property.
In the South Carolina Lowcountry, these often are the result of heirs properties in which some heirs or creditors were not named in the foreclosure suit and did not have their claims properly extinguished. Without clearing title, they can come back and make a claim to or against your property!
Our firm performs quiet title actions in South Carolina to help clients clear the title on their properties so that they can avoid any claims against the property. If you intend to sell the property later on, clear and marketable title is a must! We offer flat-fee quiet title actions.
Relying on others to meet their obligations is a crucial aspect of contracts. But when a party fails meet those obligations, it can result in personal or financial harm. Our firm routinely handles breach of contract lawsuits and related business torts involving all types of agreements, particularly those involving real estate transactions.
Our attorneys have significant experience handling complex cases of various nature. Every contract is unique and requires an experienced attorney to review and understand the options and pitfalls involved.
Whether it’s a mortgage on real estate, a judgment lien against a property owner, or a lien by a contractor, liens become complex issues that need to be resolved. In order to properly handle or defend against these claims, your attorney needs to be familiar with the laws and regulations governing these liens.
Our firm handles the filing and litigation involving liens of all types, including defending owners against malicious lien claims. Our firm also works with both the creditors and property owners to negotiate payments before litigation is necessary.
When a property owner gets behind on mortgage payments, their lender may decide to foreclose against the property to try and collect on the sale. The lender needs to strictly conform to regulated procedures in order to effectuate the foreclosure, otherwise the owner may have options to negate the foreclosure altogether.
Our firm handles both foreclosure actions and foreclosure defense, so we have the experience and knowledge to properly represent our clients through both sides of the process. We also help our clients negotiate settlements to resolve the deficiencies to have liens paid off or brought current in order to avoid the results of foreclosure.
South Carolina has built strict statutes dictating the relationships, roles, and obligations between landlord and tenants. In order to properly serve in either role, it is important to know where you stand under the law and under your particular lease. Whether you are negotiating a complex commercial lease or litigating a breach in the lease, we represent both landlords and tenants through the process.