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Choosing a real estate lawyer

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Updated: 12/23/2002 4:41 pm
Law is a very complex demanding field which requires that those who practice it keep up with constant changes. Real estate law in particular is subject to constantly changing laws and statutes about ownership and taxation. For this reason, it's important that you find a lawyer who practices real estate law. Often the sale of property involves large amounts of money changing hands. As a result, most property sales involve complicated tax issues for both parties. Issues such as whether a property is a primary or secondary residence and whether it's rented or sold can make a dramatic difference in how much you pay in taxes. In fact, some real estate transactions are tax-free. When it comes to large transactions such as property sales, there can be no substitute for hiring a qualified real estate lawyer. For more information about real estate law, contact a real estate lawyer in your area.

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