Real Estate Law
The right to use, possess, and enjoy land is the essence of real estate law. This specific branch of civil law includes the permissible interests in real property, landlord and tenant law, the transfer of interests in real property, real property financing, deeds and mortgages, the capacity to hold interests in real property, and relations between owners and the surrounding community.
Commitment to Excellence
South Carolina law requires an attorney to be present at a real estate closing. With over 15 years of experience, Sean Phelan focuses his practice on providing effective and efficient representation to our clients at their real estate closings. Whether you are a first time homeowner or simply refinancing your current home, contact Elliott & Phelan for all your real estate needs.