1. If Your Landlord or Bank is Threatening to Evict You From Your Home, You Do Have Rights.

    Read the article below to learn about the steps to take to protect yourself in the case of an eviction - you do have rights. Having a real estate lawyer in Dallas on your side can help you challenge the eviction by knowing the policies and procedures a landlord must follow. Contact Khirallah PLLC for assistance by calling 214-302-0462. http://www.superlawyers.com/texas/article/steps-to-take-if-you…Read More

  2. 3 Reasons To Hire A Real Estate Lawyer Before Selling Your House

    Any time a piece of property changes hands, there are legal issues to be considered. These legal issues can become bigger or smaller depending on who is selling the property, who is buying the property, the condition of the property being sold, and any number of other variable that might not be obvious to the average consumer. Navigating the issues in order to stay on the right side of the law and…Read More

  3. 3 Legal Steps to Take in Lessor and Lessee Disputes

    Lessor and lessee relationships aren’t always the easiest. In many cases, there can be conflict and difficulties resolving issues that come up with the properties in question. How to resolve these issues can sometimes be difficult for both parties. A real estate lawyer or property lawyer can help to represent either party when a dispute arises. However, here are a few steps that can be taken thr…Read More

  4. 3 Reasons Property Managers Need a Real Estate Lawyer

    As a homeowner, part of hiring a property manager means that there is someone there to protect your property and protect your legal rights. But who protects and backs the property manager? Having a good real estate attorney on call or on your team is essential to provide the appropriate, full range of services to your homeowner clients. These three legal issues are the top reasons cited for proper…Read More

  5. Why You Need a Real Estate Lawyer When Purchasing Title Insurance

    Real estate law can get really complicated. Think about it. Large scale wars have been fought for centuries over small pieces of land as people look to lay claim. That’s when title insurance law becomes important when buying any form of property. What is title insurance? Title insurance is a form of insurance that many lenders require on properties before closing. As extensive as the background …Read More

  6. 3 Questions To Ask A Potential Real Estate Lawyer

    No one ever anticipates the need for a real estate lawyer, but life can be unpredictable, especially when buying, selling, and leasing property. If you’ve found out that there were hidden problems with a property you recently purchased in Dallas, if you’re having issues with your mortgage broker or lender, or if you’re stuck in an ongoing dispute with a renter, then it might be time to consi…Read More

  7. Do You Need A Real Estate Lawyer To Buy A House?

    For many Dallas families, buying a home is the largest single purchase they’ll ever make. So most aren’t too keen on the idea that they should add more money to the bill by hiring a real estate lawyer. However, you should know that, like buying a house, enlisting the services of an attorney is an investment in your future. Whether this is your very first real estate transaction, or you’re a …Read More

  8. Welcome to Our Real Estate Law Blog

    Welcome to our blog, where you’ll find helpful posts about our various practice areas as well as related news events, trivia, and whatever else we think you’ll find useful. Most areas of the law are quite complicated, and real estate law is no different. We want you to be able to approach your real estate litigation with knowledge and confidence. When you’re finished browsing the blog, make …Read More