What is Real Estate Law?
Real Estate law encompasses the purchase, lease and sale of real property, meaning land and any structure on it. It also covers legal issues related to anything that is attached to the structure. Real Estate law covers deeds, property, taxes, estate planning, zoning and titles or ownership.
In the case of real estate disputes, such as chain of title, lot line problems, or other issues involving contracts, our real estate attorneys may also provide legal representation for either a buyer or seller for matters whether litigation is required or not.
Quality Legal Representation.
Rosier & Associates is a full-service law firm. Our Firm has extensive litigation experience in both state and federal courts. Our litigation expertise is diverse, including such matters as auto accidents, personal injury, medical malpractice, criminal law and wrongful death. We also have areas of competence such as real estate, corporate and business representation and government contracting.
The philosophy of our firm is to provide the legal services of a large firm but delivered with the personal attention provided by a smaller firm. We provide a close, working relationship with our clients while effectively navigating the legal process in civil or criminal court.
By retaining our firm, your case will be handled efficiently and effectively, with the goal of securing the best possible outcome for each case.
Rosier & Associates provides quality legal representation in a friendly, first-class, professional atmosphere.
Rosier & Associates goal is to always achieve maximum compensation for the client and his or her family.
Rosier & Associates are active in State and Local Bar Associations. Our Senior Partner, Michael Rosier, has been President of the Washington Bar Association and the National Bar Association. In addition, the Firm has a commitment to the community and participates in various civic, community and church organizations.
Rosier & Associates has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of clients and their families through settlements and verdicts of negligence & wrongful death claims.
Is texting while driving
worse than drunk driving?
A 2010 experiment with Car & Driver magazine showed that texting while driving had a worse impact on safety than driving while intoxicated. While legally drunk, stopping distance from 70 mph increased by 4 feet; by contrast, reading an e-mail added 36 feet, and sending a text added 70 feet.
An expungement proceeding is a type of lawsuit in which a first-time offender of a prior criminal conviction seeks that the records of that earlier process be sealed, thereby making the records unavailable through the state or Federal repositories. If successful, the records are said to be "expunged".