Whenever you need a real estate document prepared, it should be done by an attorney – an attorney who is versed in real estate. Many times people come into the office and say, “I sold a property a while back and I had a notary public prepare this document”. Number one rule, never go to a notary public for the preparation of real estate documents. It is illegal and notary publics do not know how to properly prepare a real estate document. It will cost you more to fix what the notary public has done than what you would have paid if you had done it the correct way through an attorney.
For the same reasons stated above, Never prepare your own real estate documents. One wrong move and it could cost you dearly. Maybe you didn’t list the terms correctly on the promissory note. Maybe you didn’t, or forgot to, prepare the correct lien documents, thereby not having a valid lien on the note that was signed. Sometimes the damage done far outweighs the costs you would have paid an attorney to draft the document(s) in the first place.
The Law Office of Ramon Vega III, PLLC prepares the following documents amongst others you may need.
Affidavit of Heirship
Affidavit of Homestead
Affidavit of Identity
Assignment of Note/Contract
Assumption Deed of Trust
Clear Title Documents
Closing Documents – Residential & Commercial
Company Agreements for an LLC
Construction Closing Certificate & Affidavit
Contract for Deeds
Contracts – Residential & Commercial
Contractors Disclosure Statement for Residential Construction
Contractor Lien Documents – Mechanics Lien Note & Mechanics Lien Contract
Deeds – Quitclaim Deeds, Special Warranty Deeds, Warranty Deeds
Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure
Deed of Trust
Mechanics Lien Contract
Mechanics Lien Note
Owner Finance Documents
Partial Release of Lien
Power of Attorney
Promissory Notes – Balloon & straight payout; Secured & Unsecured
Release of Lien
Rent to Own
Document Preparation Response Time
You can request the preparation of a document anytime. Once the document is requested, and payment is made, the document will be prepared in the order it was received. You can call the office weekdays during 9am – 5pm. If necessary, documents can be provided after hours and on weekends. When documents have been ordered and payment is received, an approximate time will be given when documents will be completed.
Advance Payment Required
Advance payment is required before any documents are prepared. You may call the office to determine how you will be making payment. Payment can be made by check, wire transfer, or credit card.
Delivery of Documents Pertaining to Your Case
After payment is made for the preparation of your documents, you will need to send any documents you may have, and which we may need, by facsimile at (956) 664-8005, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How Do I Order a Document(s)?
Complete the Client Inquiry Form on the document preparation page. Include the name of the document you are requesting and list any documents in your possession relating to your transaction. Include a summary of the facts of your case to help us determine if the correct document is being requested.
Please be advised that you are simply requesting a document and nothing else. It is a document prepared according to your instructions. It is not legal representation nor an agreement to accept any case. No determination is being made as to any outcome in your case. You should not rely or form any legal opinion upon which you may rely until you have secured representation by the Law Office of Ramon Vega III, PLLC, or any other firm.