Real Estate & Wills

Pagano & Marks, P.C. offers thorough real estate and will preparation services to residents of Richmond, VA and the surrounding communities. If you have any questions about our real estate or will services, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Our Real Estate Services Include:

  • Residential and commercial purchases
  • Sales
  • Refinances
  • Construction loans
  • Contracts and leases

Our Will Services Include:

  • Wills
  • Powers of attorneys
  • Advanced medical directives

Buying or selling your home can be one of the largest legal transactions you will undertake, and it is important to have an experienced attorney by your side. Our firm will help you through every step of the transaction, from the contract to the closing. We also can assist you in a variety of other areas involving real estate. 

  • Residential and Commercial Purchases
  • Sales - Agreement of Sale, Deed Preparation & Settlement
  • Resolution of Problems with Title
  • Resolution of Old Liens and Other Encumbrances
  • Owner Financing and For Sale By Owner Transactions
  • Investor Representation
  • Drafting Mortgage Documents
  • Refinances
  • Loan Documents
  • REO Properties ("real estate owned properties, also referred to as bank owned properties”)
  • Reverse Mortgages
  • FHA 203k Rehabilitation/Renovation Loans
  • Construction Loans
  • Contracts
  • Leases
  • Landlord/Tenant Disputes
  • Complex Title and Survey Matters
  • Title Transfers
  • Partition Suits 


When the unexpected happens, having your estate properly planned can give your loved ones piece of mind. Our firm can help you prepare the necessary documents to plan for the future.


A Will and Last Testament will address the issues surrounding the administration of one’s estate. It can instruct for the distribution of personal property and other assets. Additionally, the guardianship of minor children can also be specifically stated.


An Advanced Medical Directive gives instructions to loved ones and medical professionals on your treatment preferences. Should you become incapacitated and unable to speak for yourself, an advanced medical directive will preserve your voice and insure that your wishes are followed by someone you trust and whom you have confided in.


A Power of Attorney is a document that allows a third-party to act on one’s behalf. Powers of Attorney can be general or limited to specific transactions. A general Power of Attorney can allow a spouse, child or other third-party to execute documents and make decisions, including managing financial affairs, on behalf of the grantor. Without a Power of Attorney to rely on, often families must initiate guardianship proceedings in court, which can be timely and costly. 


A Trust is created in order to direct the management of an individual’s property following their death. Trusts are usually not necessary for adults who have executed a Will and Last Testament, but may be helpful for those with more complicated estates.


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