Real Estate

Knowledgeable, Local, Expert Counsel with Attention to Detail

Our real estate attorneys will work with you on any issues pertaining to your real estate needs, from the drafting and negotiation of contracts and deeds to zoning and permitting disputes. Schell & Oglesby’s attorneys are well versed in all aspects of residential and commercial real estate management and transfer.

We represent: Buyers, Sellers, Owners, Developers, and their Agents.

Real estate transactions and the issues they present require knowledgeable local counsel with an attention to detailed drafting and expertise in multiparty transactions.
Schell & Oglesby, LLC represents its clients not only on transactional matters, but its attorneys also have the experience and skills required to litigate disputes that may arise in your real estate process across Williamson County and the surrounding Middle Tennessee Area

A Few of our Real Estate Legal Services

Whether you are facing a divorce, dealing with modifications or enforcement of existing divorce provisions, or planning for the future, our expert attorneys can help navigate to a favorable outcome. Call (615) 550-2800 to schedule a confidential consultation with Schell & Oglesby, LLC today

Real Estate Contracts

The attorneys at Schell & Oglesby can assist in the drafting and negotiation of all manner of real estate contracts including sales agreements, transfers, leases, and other tenant agreements.

Construction Disputes

With the growth Middle Tennessee is experiencing, new construction of commercial and residential structures are at unprecedented levels. Our attorneys are skilled in representing buyers, owners, contractors, and subcontractors in the issues that may arise in the construction process and can provide the essential guidance needed to protect your property and financial interests.

Easement and Boundary Line Disputes

Fences may make for good neighbors, but a misplaced fence can bring with it legal trouble. Encroachments, improper use of property, land access issues, and confusion over one’s boundary lines require swift action to protect your property rights. The attorneys of Schell & Oglesby are trained in the effective representation of property owners and can provide the time sensitive advice required on these issues.

Quitclaim Deed

Transfers of real estate between family members, trusts, or third parties requires the proper drafting and registering of a quitclaim deed. Our attorneys can work with you to draft the required documents, research and design the correct property description, hire surveyors, and generally advise on the implications of property transfer.

Real Estate Transfers and Divisions

Accomplishing a transfer or subdivision of property requires knowledge of local zoning and property management restrictions. Schell & Oglesby can provide property owners and developers the expertise needed to ensure your transfer or division of property is effective for the proposed use and occurs smoothly and efficiently.

Partition Actions

If you own real estate jointly with any other individual, you have the right to pursue a partition action to either divide that property between the owners or to force the sale of the same and division of its net proceeds. This technical process requires counsel with an intimate knowledge of real estate law which the attorneys of Schell & Oglesby can provide.

Landlord Tenant

The attorneys of Schell & Oglesby represent both landlords and tenants in lease disputes throughout Williamson County and surrounding area. Our attorneys can assist in drafting leases, evictions, rental disputes, damage to property, and tenant rights.

Closings and Sales

Schell & Oglesby can facilitate the closing and sale of real estate at each stage of the real estate process. While the process may seem daunting, our attorneys provide the necessary support to make the transaction as swift and efficient as possible.

Clear Title

If your property is encumbered with a lien, easement, or other encumbrance, our attorneys can work with you to clear these clouds on title either through negotiation and resolution or through litigation to enforce your property interests.