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The Official Webpage & Blog for Darren S. Cranfill Attorney at Law, PLLC.

Real Estate Transactions and Disputes in North Carolina can be Incredibly Complex. 

The Cranfill Law Team has extensive experience and provide our clients with the insightful, focused legal counsel they need to obtain the results they desire. We understand that our clients need effective legal counsel and that results do not come on their own.

During the purchase of a property, also known as a closing, we prepare all closing documents, write title insurance policies, complete title searches on the property and handle the transfer of funds for the purchase. We also prepare forms such as the HUD-1A and related transfer of funds documentation for the lender or for a cash closing.

Cranfill Law is dedicated and resolute advocate who is tirelessly committed to serving our clients and their interests. No matter how complex your case may be, you can trust that we will zealously represent you before any adversary, board, or court in North Carolina.

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Top 5 Reasons to Choose Cranfill Law

Extensive experience litigating Real Estate disputes and transactions

Detailed Knowledge of North Carolina Real Estate Law and Procedures

Focused on achieving clients' objectives and goals

Cost-effective counsel from premier North Carolina licensed lawyers

Highly responsive at all stages of your case

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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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