Wisconsin Real Estate Law and Home Closings

Helping Wisconsin Families with Home Closings and Real Estate Law

Since 1982, Wisconsin families have counted on the Thorson Law Office for quality legal representation. Nowhere is our commitment to fast, efficient, and cost-effective service more apparent than in our real estate law practice.

Whether you are buying as home or are involved in a real estate dispute, the Thorson Law Office is here to help you accomplish your real estate goal. Contact our Chippewa Falls law office to schedule an appointment. Begin the process today of achieving your dream of home ownership or to resolve a nagging real estate dispute.

At the Thorson Law Office, we facilitate real estate transactions and represent our clients' interests in real estate litigation. Contact us by e-mail or call (715) 861-6693 for prompt assistance.

Home Closings and Real Estate Transactions

While you can work with a Realtor to complete your home purchase or sale, many people choose to work with an attorney. They want the peace of mind they gain from knowing someone is protecting their interests.

In real estate transactions, Attorney Thorson works with a certified paralegal who has developed a highly efficient system for processing purchase and sale agreements and closing paperwork. She is always available to answer questions and keep you informed of the progress on your case. Teamwork and good communication are hallmarks of our firm.

In addition to home closings, we can assist with deed transfers. We also assist our probate clients with property issues.

Real Estate Litigation

With 25 years of trial experience in Wisconsin courts, real estate lawyer Robert Thorson is prepared to bring your real estate dispute to resolution in civil court. Contact our Chippewa Falls law office for help with any of the following issues:

  • Adverse possession cases
  • Boundary disputes
  • Land disputes
  • Eminent domain and condemnation
  • Construction defect claims
  • Claims against sellers for misrepresentation or undisclosed defects