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Real Estate Practice

The Residential Real Estate Retainer:  How it works

Katherine Howes has been handling residential real estate closings since 1991.  Whether you are looking for a Somerset County real estate attorney, a Hunterdon County real estate attorney or a Morris County real estate attorney, you will need to sign a retainer agreement with that real estate attorney.  Katherine Howes follows the standard North Jersey practice.  This comment will explain the basics of the Howes & Howes real estate retainer.

Published July 10, 2013 by Katherine E. Howes, Esq.
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