Real Estate Law


Real Estate Law controls how property can be sold, leased, transferred, and used. Further, Real Estate law covers the use of mineral rights, resolves real estate contract defects, and foreclosures. Because of our experience, our real estate attorneys can help with lawsuits, easement disputes, property deeds, tax liens, and quit claim deeds.

Are you are late on your mortgage payments? If so, we can work with your lender to prevent or stop a foreclosure. Or, are you already in foreclosure and at risk of losing your home? If so, contact our real estate attorneys right away.

Real Estate transactions can be extremely costly. Therefore, having an attorney represent you is critical to avoid costly legal disputes.

Loan Modifications

Customer service representatives often give different answers each time you call your lender.  Because of this,  they are unable to help you resolve an issue.  Our loan modification attorneys can help you get the best results from your lender.

As Southern Illinois loan modification attorneys, we can help with loan modifications, short sales, a deed in lieu of foreclosure, and litigation.  Because of our experience, our attorneys provide peace of mind, and help expedite the loan modification process.  Experienced attorneys can also help to get a fair and more assured outcome for clients.

Real Estate Taxes

Blake Law Group, P.C. has skilled real estate attorneys that represent clients in Mount Vernon, Illinois and the surrounding area. We help with real estate assessment complaints, including representing clients before Boards of Review in various counties. We also represent clients in front of the Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board.

Additionally, Blake Law Group, P.C. has handled Property Tax Assessment Complaints for more than thirty (30) years. In addition to Valuation Complaints, we also have experience pursuing tax exemptions and other benefits for clients.

We specialize in the following areas of Real Estate law:

  • single family homes
  • multi family buildings
  • undeveloped lots
  • subdivisions
  • homeowner’s associations
  • commercial properties
  • banks
  • recreational complexes
  • apartment buildings
  • condominium developments
  • high-end residences.

Looking for help? If so, contact us today to discuss your tax law issues.

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