At Bingham and Mikolaitis P.A. in Alachua, FL, we know that estate planning and property law can feel complicated and overwhelming. Luckily for you, we have more than 40 years of experience, so our real estate attorneys know the ins and outs of everything involved in property acquisition and estate management. From everyday transactions to property disputes, our professionals will employ their expertise and legal skill to protect your interests.
All of our attorneys are dedicated professionals who excel in all aspects of real estate law and will walk you through the process of buying, selling, and leasing land and will attend to any of your estate planning concerns. We handle all purchase agreements and mortgage documents, giving you peace of mind on your property closing transactions. We will ensure that your titles are properly registered and you are protected from title chain disputes.
Providing Alachua County with estate planning services is our passion. Whether you need help drafting a living will, establishing a trust, or settling a contract dispute, we are here to serve you. Call (386) 462-5120 today to speak with a licensed real estate attorney who will always make your interests our priority.
Whether there’s a dispute over property lines or the discovery of a wild deed, we can help. We fight hard for our clients and always do what’s in their best interest.
For more than 40 years, our licensed attorneys have been assisting property owners of Alachua, FL, with all of their real estate needs. We handle everything from transferring deeds to contract disputes, leaving you to feel confident that your transactions are secure and protected. You can trust that our real estate attorneys are qualified to handle even the most complicated of contracts and any disputes that may arise along the way.
Many people believe that real estate attorneys are only useful when buying, selling, or leasing property, but we provide many other services. Contract and property disputes are common occurrences, and it can be tough to navigate them alone. If you’re dealing with a misunderstanding regarding property lines or even a wild deed that is preventing you from acquiring a title, a qualified real estate attorney can save the day. We work hard to obtain all the facts, crafting a resolution that works for you.
If you feel that you may need a real estate attorney to handle any matters related to your property, call Bingham & Mikolaitis P.A. today! Don’t wait until it’s too late. Our highly experienced attorneys can answer any of your questions and assist in all aspects of your estate planning.