Real estate law can be confusing, but we can help you protect your career and reputation.
At The Brown Envelope Attorney, we know very well the intricacies of real estate law and the standard practices expected of real estate brokers. This is because our head attorney also holds an active North Carolina Real Estate Broker’s license, as well as being a licensed attorney in NC. There are gray areas and confusing situations that can develop during complex real estate transactions, and a simple mistake can result in a real estate broker receiving a dreaded brown envelope signaling the opening of a formal investigation into a complaint.
Let us use our knowledge of real estate law and our experience help you navigate one of the most potentially challenging events of your career as a real estate broker. An investigation can result in disciplinary action, up to and including the suspension or revocation of your real estate broker’s license. We can help protect you from harm and prevent unnecessary consequences and uncertainty. Our representation of you begins when you sign our agreement, and then, we will be able to sit down with you and discuss the contents of your brown envelope and begin our own investigation on your behalf. We are committed to providing the best personalized and comprehensive defense possible.
Real estate law can be confusing, but we can help you protect your career and reputation. We always recommend contacting us as soon as you receive your brown envelope or if you feel something has occurred that might result in such. We are located near Concord, North Carolina but can help real estate brokers throughout much of North Carolina.