Johnston, Rhode Island Real Estate Lawyers
Rhode Island Real Estate Law Lawyer with 14 years experience
- (401) 300-4055
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Rhode Island Real Estate Law Attorney with 14 years experience
- (401) 490-0994
- Free Consultation
Voted by his peers as among the 50 best lawyers in Rhode Island, and...
Having graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Rhode Island and a Master’s Degree from Washington University in St. Louis, School of Medicine, Attorney Borrelli developed a wide breadth...
A small sample of his experience includes work on behalf of individuals in estate planning, probate and administration, will contests, contractor disputes, insurance claim disputes, real estate transactions and litigation (adverse possession).
Andrew's representation also includes small & large businesses, real estate developers, contractors, national banks, creditors, insurance companies, representing them in transactions, foreclosures, litigation, collection actions, bankruptcies, and receiverships. Andrew is also a Rhode Island Court appointed Receiver and a Certified Mediator.
Ryanna’s primary focus is in the areas of:
Real estate litigation
Ryanna’s primary concentration is in representing secured and unsecured creditors in secured transactions, foreclosures, workouts, bankruptcy, and other transactional and litigation matters. Additionally, a substantial part of Ryanna’s practice involves counseling clients throughout all stages of the divorce and separation process, including custody, placement, relocation, child support, alimony, and equitable...
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Buying, selling, or renting property?
Real estate refers to land, as well as anything permanently attached to the land, such as buildings and other structures, and covers more than just the drafting of contracts for the purchase and sale of property. Both federal and state laws regulate real estate transactions. The Federal Fair Housing Act, for example, prohibits discrimination in real estate transactions on account of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Many states have enacted similar legislation that prohibits discrimination on the basis of certain characteristics.
Attorneys in this field may handle leasing issues, landlord-tenant disputes, eviction proceedings and homeowner association (HOA) problems. Other matters within this practice area include title disputes, mortgages, covenants, easements, and equitable servitudes. Many real estate issues can affect both commercial and individual renters and landlords. Real estate lawyers who represent commercial interests may also focus on land use, zoning, environmental law, or eminent domain issues.
Some states provide a certification for lawyers who have demonstrated experience and competency in the practice of real estate law. These attorneys must meet certain educational, experience, and examination requirements to receive the certification as a specialist.
Deed: The legal document that transfers the ownership of real property from one party to another.
Mortgage: A mortgage is a document signed by a borrower when a loan is made that gives the lender a right to take possession of the property if the borrower fails to repay the loan.
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