Real Estate Law or Real Property Law can include legal issues involving both residential and commercial properties.
Real estate disputes can involve purchase contracts, assisting with the rental or sale of residential homes, commercial buildings, farm, ranch or rural land.
Real estate law also includes the financing of residence, foreclosure defense, land use and zoning issues and dispute between landlords and tenants.
When choosing a real estate lawyer in Tarrant County, Texas consider the attorney's experience in resolving similar disputes. Attorney fees are often charged on an hourly basis or at a flat rate... Read more »
Founded in 1978, ACREL is the largest organization in the United States for attorneys devoted to real estate law. Admission in ACREL is by invitation only after a rigorous screening procedure. The College gathers together the top real estate lawyers in Texas and throughout the country who are distinguished for their skill, experience and high standards of professional and ethical conduct.
Arlington Lawyer Referral Service - The Arlington Bar Association operates a non-profit Lawyer Referral Service ("LRS"). For the last twenty years, the LRS has helped individuals and businesses find a qualified attorney in the City of Arlington, Tarrant County, and the surrounding areas of the greater Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. In 2014, the Arlington Bar Association added a Board Certified Panel to the LRS when "one is desired, normally due to perceived difficulty, importance, or complexity of the legal matter."
Tarrant County Bar Lawyer Referral Service - The Tarrant County Bar Association (TCBA) in Fort Worth, TX, sponsors a non-profit Lawyer Referral Service (LRS). This community based non-profit service helps people find an attorney in Tarrant County, Johnson County, Wise County, Parker County, Denton County, and Hood County, TX.