Real Estate Law

Real estate lawyers serve two primary functions in the real estate world. They either act as litigators or handle the legal aspects of real estate transactions. Real estate lawyers deal in real property and mediate real estate transactions gone sour.

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Estate Planning

To plan for the disposal of an estate, wills, trusts and power of attorney are typically established. Doing so reduces uncertainties about the estate’s distribution and helps maximize the estate’s value by decreasing taxes and other expenses.

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Bankruptcy / Foreclosure

A bankruptcy lawyer’s clients may be individuals or corporations. They may represent individual or corporate debtors, individual or corporate creditors, creditors' committees, and bankruptcy trustees.

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Experience is important when it comes to choosing a real estate attorney. An experienced attorney will understand how laws and regulations have evolved over time, and will be able to use that understanding to the full advantage of his clients.

Darren S. Cranfill has been offering clients his in-depth understanding of real estate law for over 20 years.

My experience enables me to handle real estate problems and transactions in a way that is effective and saves my clients time and money.

Since I personally handle all matters, you can be assured that your case is always in the hands of an experienced lawyer.

Real estate matters almost always depend on the underlying documents.
Attention to detail and careful document review are critical to gaining a full understanding of the case.

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Service Area

Attorney Darren Cranfill Serves the Piedmont Triad Areas of North Carolina including: Winston Salem, Greensboro, High Point