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Connecticut Real Estate Attorneys

For most people, real estate is a large portion of their wealth. Whether that real estate means buying your first home or purchasing your 10th rental property in Connecticut, each transaction has many steps, forms and deadlines, requiring a West Hartford real estate lawyer who is especially attentive to detail. For attorneys Mary Anne Charron and Edward Barron, this comes naturally.

Experienced Residential Real Estate Lawyers

We can assist buyers or sellers in both the residential and commercial markets. Our real estate work includes:

  • Title searches
  • Closings
  • Recordings
  • Reviewing or creating real estate contracts

Whether you need help with all or part of your residential or commercial property transaction, we can assist you.

Detail-Oriented Commercial Real Estate Attorneys

A commercial real estate transaction in Connecticut can be extremely tricky for a wide variety for reasons such as:

  • It may include the land or it may not
  • It may be just the business or just the building
  • There may be additional permits or licensing required
  • There may be noncompete clauses in business contracts

Successfully managing all the details of commercial real estate transactions in West Hartford requires experienced and detail-oriented attorneys like Mary Anne Charron and Edward Barron.

Buying Or Selling Connecticut Real Estate? Call Us.

Whether you are buying or selling residential or commercial real estate, Charter Oak Law Group, LLC can help. Contact us either online or by calling: 860-952-3070 for your initial consultation.

Office Locations

Main Office/Mailing Address
34 Jerome Avenue
Suite 120
Bloomfield, CT 06002
Phone: 860-952-3070
Fax: 888-438-1524
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Fairfield County Office
30 Main Street, Suite 501
Danbury, CT 06810
Phone: 203-794-7120
Fax: 888-438-1524
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