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Real Estate Attorney in Litchfield, Connecticut

Since approximately half of what the Law Offices of Stephanie M. Weaver does is centered around commercial transactions and the representation of borrowers and banks, real estate transactions, and real estate litigation, they are particularly adept at addressing these concerns for their clients. the Law Offices of Stephanie M. Weaver knows Litchfield County and works diligently on behalf of each client both in negotiating fairly and amiably and pursuing the best possible course of action in every situation. If you need legal representation for business or real estate matters in Litchfield County, the Law Offices of Stephanie M. Weaver are ready to help.

Real Estate

  • Commercial

  • Residential

  • Sales

  • Purchase

  • Litigation

  • Business Entities


  • Purchase

  • Formation

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“Good fences make good neighbors”.  In Robert Frost's poem "Mending Wall," two neighbors walk the length of their dividing wall each spring to replace its fallen or unsettled stonework. The author does not understand the purpose of the fence, but with his neighbor’s uttered statement, he feels compelled to continue this yearly ritual with his neighbor.  Are fences the same physical manifestation of a dispute as a pair of crossed arms? Or rather, do they provide a healthy boundary between friends and neighbors, defining a well-balanced relationship?

Disputes to resolve the boundaries between two neighbors, or the right of way to a body of water can be the most contentious of issues.  Likewise, issues that arise in the purchase or sale of a piece of real estate, where everyone wants the deal to close, can be the most delicate to resolve.  

With real property issues, here are the benefits of Mediation:

  1. Fast Resolution.  Whether it is a real estate transaction needing to close, or trying to preserve a harmonious neighborhood, there is value to an expeditious resolution.  We provide a time-certain forum.

  2. Privacy.  Who wants an ugly dispute with a neighbor?  Or a contentious closing?  An agreed submittal to our forum means two sides are agreeing to work quietly to resolve the problem.

  3. Fixed and Agreed fee. The costs of submitting your issue are known and agreed upon.