Stepping Stones to Your Future Guiding You Through Real Estate Law Hello and welcome to the first edition of my newsletter! Not only is this an excellent chance for me to reach out to my clients and referral sources — it’s also a chance for you to reach out to me. Many people understand the challenges of buying a house, but others are less aware of the legal processes involved. I want to help you understand the process of getting there.
My time as a lawyer started after I graduated from Nova Southeast University Shepard Broad Law Center, earning a Juris Doctorate degree in 1990. From there, I worked in Florida at the West Palm Beach Public Defender’s office for nine years. During that time, felony and capital trial cases consumed my time — real estate law was far from my mind. Then, I married my wonderful husband, Ken, and I moved to Beaufort. Though I’m not a native, I couldn’t be more at home here because of the people and the city. It is the only place I have lived that gets more beautiful over time. Eversole Law Firm started in 2004 when my mentor, Sherwood N. Fender, retired. Sherwood provided sturdy support that helped me grow into the real property lawyer I am today. He taught me all kinds of real estate legal matters and guided me into being a sole practitioner. For 14 years, Eversole Law Firm has been serving the Beaufort area. Our practice areas include real estate closings, title opinions, quiet title actions, boundary disputes, wills, probate, and more. We have also been successful in civil litigation to the benefit of our clients. I’ve become fully integrated into real property law, and work diligently to give the people who walk into my firm my best advice and guidance. I recently published a book called “Buying a House? Legal Stuff You Should Know Before You Sign a Contract.” When purchasing a house, many home-buyers may not realize all the legal ramifications of signing the contract. Many people believe they’re
receiving one thing when they’re actually getting something else. I understand that buying a house can be daunting — the mortgages and loans are enough to make people feel ill. However, our desire is to make this process effortless for you. Our firm prides itself on its competent staff and customer focus. We tackle our clients’ challenges or real estate issues head-on. We don’t shy away from committing our time and energy toward giving you what you seek. Among my staff is Debbie Rodgers, our real estate closing paralegal, who has over 30 years of experience and has been with me since my firm opened in 2004. Cherese T. Handy, a native to the Beaufort area, is one of our fantastic attorneys. She has also been the owner of Heritage Title Abstracting for over 18 years, which gives her a unique aptitude in handling land title litigation. Each person at Eversole Law Firm strives to provide the best service to help our clients achieve their dreams. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us — we are here to guide you toward your goals. -Alysoun Eversole www.eversolelaw.com 1
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