Asked by Gowildcats, Brick, NJ • Wed Jun 3, 2009
I have been advised by my realtor to obtain an attorney from the shore area that actively deals with property on the water. I have a family friend that is an attorney that has represented everyone in our family in all of our home purchases and I was planning on using him. Does anybody know why an attorney down the shore that is familiar with waterfront homes would be a better option? I am under the impression a good attorney is a good attorney and I feel a family friend would look out for me and truly represent me. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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