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Research and get matched with a lawyer online to help you with your complicated legal matter.

LegalMatch was created on the premise that consumers needed a service that would help them compare reviews, availability and fee structures before choosing a lawyer. Based out of San Francisco, CA, and with a membership office in Austin, Texas, LegalMatch has grown to be the most used lawyer/client matching website available. With operations in all 50 states, LegalMatch is able to help consumers all over the country find the right attorney for them.

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If you’re in need of a real estate lawyer but you’re not quite sure where to look, LegalMatch is a great place to start.

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    Who is LegalMatch and what do they do?

    LegalMatch is not a referral service; they will never select your lawyer for you. Instead, LegalMatch will offer you the necessary information and tools to make an informed decision on different lawyers in your area that match your needs. All you have to do is provide your case information, and LegalMatch will furnish you with attorney profiles — including reviews, practice areas and legal experience — for lawyers interested in your case.

    Who could benefit from using LegalMatch’s services?

    Considering a very large number of Americans will need legal representation at some point in their lives, it’s safe to say that LegalMatch’s services could benefit a lot of people. Finding a lawyer is often complicated and stressful, not to mention time-consuming. It requires researching each law office and lawyer individually, making phone calls, scheduling consultations, etc.

    Another issue that is commonly faced when searching for a lawyer is bad leads from from well-meaning friends and family. With LegalMatch, you can circumvent all of these inconveniences and find a qualified attorney much more quickly.

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    In our research there weren’t too many complaints from users of the site. However, we did find some lawyers who have had a negative experience with LegalMatch. Most complaints from lawyers revolved around the way they were advertised of the site’s services, which was often through unsolicited emails. Some of these unsolicited emails contained examples of charges filed against individuals and their location. If the examples were real, that could be a privacy concern (though no names were used in the examples).

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    Steps to finding a lawyer:

    • Step 1- Present your case on LegalMatch.com. This process generally takes less than 20 minutes.
    • Step 2- Lawyers in your area matching your needs will be notified of your case.
    • Step 3- You will begin receiving replies from qualified attorneys within 1-3 business days.
    • Step 4- Review these emails and compare them to the attorney profiles provided by LegalMatch in order to select the attorney that best suits your needs.
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      DonnieMarch 10, 2018

      I’m going through a divorce and my wife is willing to give up her part of the house to me. The only thing is there are liens on the house. Will she still be obligated to pay those or when we do a Quitclaim to remove her name will they stay with the house or do they have to be paid at that time? Thanks for any assistance.

      • finder Customer Care
        MayMarch 21, 2018Staff

        Hi Donnie,

        Thanks for your inquiry.

        A quitclaim deed actually has no effect on the mortgage or lien, so even if your wife’s name is removed from the deed, all parties on the mortgage are still responsible for the payments. It’s best to speak to your lender about your plan of having your wife’s name removed from the deed so they can advise on what to do with the mortgage debt after a divorce.

        Hope this helps.

        Cheers,
        May

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      ShannonFebruary 7, 2018

      How do I remove my husbands ex girlfriend from the title of the house? She is not on the mortgage . She says she will sign a quick deed but when we go to do it she won’t reply .

      • finder Customer Care
        joelmarceloFebruary 16, 2018Staff

        Hi Shannon,

        Thanks for leaving a question on finder.

        Generally, when you’re removing a name from the deed, you’d need to have an agreement with the parties involved. If your husband’s ex-girlfriend’s name should be removed from the deed, she must consent that her name will be taken off. In case she does not give the consent, you must seek a lawyer’ advice. If without any problems or issues, the process of removal of name from the deed which is explained above can be followed.

        If you need anything else, please send us a message anytime.

        Cheers,
        Joel

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      WilliamNovember 27, 2017

      My father just passed away and I’m not on the deed we never got to it cause of his passing away what can I do?

      • finder Customer Care
        RenchNovember 27, 2017Staff

        Hi William,

        Thanks for reaching out to us and we’re sorry for your loss.

        If you are referring to LegalMatch to ask for advice, please click on ‘Apply now’ button on th page an it will direct you to their official site.

        Best regards,
        Rench

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      JOYCESeptember 12, 2017

      My mother husband died, how can she remove him from the deed and add her daughter?

      • finder Customer Care
        ArnoldSeptember 13, 2017Staff

        Hi Joyce,

        Thanks for your inquiry

        To remove a name from the property deed, you may follow the steps we have listed on this page in regards to lodging a Quitclaim.

        Kindly note that the signature of the person granting the deed (whose name is to be removed) and the signature of the person receiving it must appear in the Quitclaim for it to be valid.

        If you need help to deal with the trouble of handling your deed, consult with a real estate lawyer who’ll listen to your case for free.

        Hope this information helps

        Cheers,
        Arnold

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