A boutique law firm
Thrift McLemore represents clients in a variety of real estate-related transactions and litigations, including quiet title claims. This legal proceeding requests a court to declare who owns the real estate in question and if any of the liens, easements, security deeds, etc. are valid. Our attorneys have assisted clients throughout the Atlanta area, including Marietta and Alpharetta, to efficiently resolve quiet claim disputes. Without this legal determination of ownership, the title is
considered “clouded” making it difficult to sell, purchase insurance for the property or use it as collateral for a loan.
There are many reasons why the title to a property becomes clouded but they most often occur when the property was purchased from a tax deed sale or when the property has been abandoned for some time. Property liens, adverse possession, leaseholder interests, easements and wild deeds in the chain of title can also cloud a title.
Our skilled attorneys have experience in untangling the issues of a quiet title claim and zealously represent our clients to protect their interests in the property. Whether a title has become clouded due to a simple error in the deed or property description on a mortgage, or through a complex situation with multiple parties claiming an interest in the property, we have the expertise and resources needed to resolve the matter.
Our aim is to restore a valid title to your property as quickly as possible so that you can use or dispose of it as you choose with confidence that the title is now clear. Whether there is a simple error that requires correction or there liens, security deeds or other issues clouding the title, we will help you clear the title and protect your interests in the process.
Other Real Estate Services
Thrift McLemore provides many legal services related to real estate transactions, which include:
- Commercial Real Estate Transactions
- Residential Real Estate Transactions and Closing
- Deed Drafting
- Community Association Law (HOA & COA)
- Construction Defects
- Partition Actions
- Short Sales
- Code Enforcement Violations and Liens
- Landlord Tenant Disputes