There are many documents that an attorney should prepare on your behalf. Many of these documents are associated with the purchase of a home in the state of South Carolina and include deeds, leases, specific power of attorney and promissory notes.
We will prepare your deed to transfer ownership, add someone to the title to your property, change someone’s name on your title, or change the type of ownership of your real estate; for instance, from tenants in common to joint tenants with rights of survivorship or to reserve a life estate.
We will prepare and review residential and commercial leases for your rental properties. It is important to have these legal documents prepared by an attorney familiar with South Carolina law. We can also review any leases you currently use to be sure that they meet today’s standards to protect you and your property.
Specific Power of Attorney
Many times you may not be able to personally review and sign important real estate or financial documents. In these cases you may choose to designate a representative to take your place during real estate or loan closings. We will prepare specific powers of attorney for your real estate closings and bank loans.
There may be a case when you wish to have a promissory note prepared. We can prepare your promissory note for any specified sum payable on a date of your choice.
If you have any questions about the documents that we can prepare for you, please call our Greenville office at (864) 284-9009 or our Spartanburg office at (864) 597-0300.