Attorney Julie McNeill
What do you do when a cloud appears in your property's chain of title?
Title insurance is one of those purchases you make hoping to never need. When a defect arises in your property's chain of title, however, you'll be very glad you had the foresight at your closing to get this protection.
I have represented property owners and title insurance policyholders (banks and homeowners) in the following types of actions:
- Removing title defects by securing subordination agreements, releases, discharges, reformations of mortgages, discharges of mortgages and confirmatory deeds
- Resolving title issues for properties in foreclosure, including negotiating with bank attorneys in order that debtor could sell property in lieu of foreclosure
- Compelling court to substitute title insurance company as judgment creditor where execution had already been issued
- Successfully petitioning Supreme Judicial Court to confirm the act of estate administrator who had sold property beyond the time allowed by law and for a lesser amount allowed by the Probate Court
If you think you need a lawyer to help you with your title insurance matter, contact me to discuss the details of your case.